Vested-interest meaning

(law) A right or title, as to present or future possession of an estate, that can be conveyed to another.
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A fixed right granted to an employee under a pension plan.
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A special interest in protecting or promoting that which is to one's own personal advantage.
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An established right that cannot be eliminated, as to some future benefit.
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Close involvement in promoting personal advantage.
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A number of groups cooperating or competing in pursuing selfish goals and exerting controlling influence, esp., the powerful persons and groups that own and control industry, business, etc.
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(law) A right or title that can be conveyed.
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A fixed right granted to an employee, especially under a pension plan.
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A stake, often financial, in a particular outcome.
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A group of people or organizations with such a stake.
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An exceptionally strong interest in protecting or promoting something to one's own advantage.
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Those groups that seek to maintain or control an existing system or activity from which they derive private benefit.
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