adjective: Transferrable to the ownership of another.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
The presumption of innocence is deemed alienable from the right to bear arms.
Harvard law prof Joseph Singer, in his "Introduction to Property Law" book: "It is a fundamental tenet of the property law system that property should be 'alienable', meaning that it should be transferable from one person to another." page 10 of the 2nd edition.
"alienable," it must be possible for one person to transfer possession and control of it to another.
A soldier knows he has certain rights, but that any of them are "alienable" unless someone like himself stands with a rifle between those at home and those who would alienate their rights and say "NO".
In the middle: joint ownership, shop right, alienable ownership in author, and variants.