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property rights


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  • n. The exclusive rights pertaining to the ownership of a given piece of property.


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  • The author of the law had further restricted in a singularly parsimonious fashion the property rights of the future associations cultuelles.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Hernando de Soto and the Peruvian Institute for Liberty and Democracy have argued strongly that formal property rights cause economic growth.

    Creative Capitalism

  • From the recitals of "The Statute of Provisors" it appears that the bestowal by the pope of English benefices and ecclesiastical possessions "as if he had been patron or avowee ... as he was not of right by the law of England", and his "accroching to him the seignories" was complained of as not only an illegal injury to the property rights of particular patrons, but also as injurious spiritually and economically to the community in general.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • *By 1969, Blackwelder paid $225,000 in technology royalties to the University of California for the intellectual property rights to manufacture the tomato harvester Schmitz and Seckler, 1970.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • Triangular difficulties between a State jealous of its rights, a government jealous of its federal power, and Indians jealous of their tribal property rights resulted in much ill-feeling and bloodshed, with all but the extermination of the Creeks by General Floyd's

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI


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