LABES REALIS QUAE REI INHAERETlabes realis quae rei inhaeret (lay-beez ree-ay-lis kwee ree-I in-heer-it). [Latin] Scots law. A real defect that attaches to the thing. Cf. VITIUM REALE .
¡°Theft, also, constitutes a labes realis in the title of any one holding the subject stolen, no matter how honestly he may have acquired it; and on this defect, which attaches to it until it return to his possession, the true owner may vindicate his right, and recover his subject wherever it can be found.¡± John Trayner, Trayner’s Latin Maxims 312 (4th ed. 1894).
What is the legal equivalence of LABES REALIS QUAE REI INHAERET in Chinese?