At the base of the present system of society is to be found the property right
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
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
In Pakistan intellectual property right
is not a new Law, it was a part of Pakistani constitution.
The proponents of property rights
school argue that assignment of exclusive property right
give necessary authorisation and control over the resources and thus, will assure the right holder of the future benefits of investment and careful management, and bear the losses incurred by misuse of the resources.
Locke argued that each individual has a property right
to their own person and that no other individual could take that right.
The legislation determines that licenses concerning transfer of ownership or exploitation of intellectual property rights
to third parties are (i) subject to prior authorization from the Ministry (such authorization to command the entity, which owns the intellectual property right
to assert that the rights at issue are not necessary for the defence of the public interest), and (ii) are bound by the Spanish national law, as well as the Articles of Incorporation of the concerned entity.
Thus, the property right
asset was embedded in the vessel asset.
The court held that inmates had no common law property right
in the interest that accrued on their wages that were deposited in bank accounts, and that inmates had only a limited property right
in the principal under state law.
Without such an agreement, client goodwill attributable to the personal characteristics of a shareholder isn't a property right
belonging to, or transferable by, a firm.
They are opposed to the hunting of elephants but are now more amenable to sharing with locals the benefit of tourism, which is a limited form of a property right