property right

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Related to property right: Intellectual Property Right
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: right - the legal right of ownership
ownership - the relation of an owner to the thing possessed; possession with the right to transfer possession to others
public domain - property rights that are held by the public at large
accession - (civil law) the right to all of that which your property produces whether by growth or improvement
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At the base of the present system of society is to be found the property right. And this right of the individual to hold property is demonstrated, in the last analysis, to rest solely and wholly upon MIGHT.
He hated the shams and the hypocrisies of it and with the clear vision of an unspoiled mind he had penetrated to the rotten core of the heart of the thing--the cowardly greed for peace and ease and the safe-guarding of property rights. That the fine things of life--art, music and literature--had thriven upon such enervating ideals he strenuously denied, insisting, rather, that they had endured in spite of civilization.
Was the idea of property rights dominating his thoughts?
The death of his only son, Hamnet, in 1596, must have been a severe blow to him, but he obtained from the Heralds' College the grant of a family coat of arms, which secured the position of the family as gentlefolks; in 1597 he purchased New Place, the largest house in Stratford; and later on he acquired other large property rights there.
The lube shop sued based on inverse condemnation, contending the unrepaired sinkhole amounted to a government "taking" of its property right to have accessible customer access.
Such revision does not rule out the common libertarian dictum of a perpetual claim on (previously unowned) property as illegitimate per se, but rather as one extreme on a spectrum of what I shall call "temporal attitudes" toward property rights. (4) in short, i argue that because the human improvements on unowned resources (which grant ownership) depreciate over time, a consistent labor theory of property rights must also consider a temporal dimension for retaining a property right over resources.
In Pakistan intellectual property right is not a new Law, it was a part of Pakistani constitution.
The mutual exclusivity principle holds that if one person's property right is legally valid, no one else can hold valid a property right that contradicts it.
(1973), 'The Property Right Paradigm', Journal of Economic History, 33(1), 16-27.
Government of Kyrgyzstan has approved the memorandum of understanding in protection of intellectual property rights and traditional knowledge between the State Intellectual Property and Innovations Service of Kyrgyzstan and the Intellectual Property Administration of Mongolia.
Talking to private news channel, in connection with World Intellectual Property (IPR) Day, Mujib Ahmad said the World Intellectual Property Day is commemorated annually on April 26 to acknowledge the role of intellectual property rights such as patents, trademarks and copyrights, and their significance in promoting innovation and creative designs.

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