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property

see ASSET.

property

Any tangible or intangible thing that is or may be owned by someone.

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The government and the Erdoy-an government mafia, by unjustly have an eye on Bank Asya, are violating the right to property, a fundamental human right, and disregarding Turkey's experience in law, universal law and Islamic law.
The right to property is now considered to be, not only a constitutional or a statutory right, but also a human right," the court said.
6) and fewest points for the right to property (35 points) and degree of corruption (38).
That's certainly more important than the right to property and privacy, right?
To claim otherwise is to deny all right to property and to make the two working men slaves of the other two.
In January, the Iraqi Governing Council proposed Resolution 137, which would have shifted jurisdiction over family life from civil law to Islamic law, giving local religious leaders control over women's right to property inheritance, divorce, child custody and even movement.
Nagel and Murphy, however, categorically rule out a natural right to property or anything else before the state exists--and thus render the idea of "consensual rule" an absurdity.