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inure +‎ -ment


inurement (countable and uncountable, plural inurements)

  1. Custom, habituation; normal practice.
  2. Benefit.
    In the US, the 501(c)(3) prohibition against "private inurement" within non-profit entities means that individuals within that organization may not receive excessive compensation or benefit from their employment or association, because such arrangements would contravene the supposed mission of the organization.
  3. (law) In patent law, the doctrine that the work done by a person hired by an inventor to test a conception supports the right of that inventor to the resulting invention.

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