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property

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property

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

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Lack of access to education, right to access water, right to health, right to own property, poor infrastructure have contributed to insecurity.
However in Wales by 950 AD the monarch Hywel Dda had already made a contribution to civilisation, by introducing a code of law that allowed women the right to own property, and a right to divorce.
Coleman, who hails from the same county as President Weah, adds that Liberia should grow from the stage of denying people who can afford to bring development in the country the right to own property in the name of protecting land for generation unborn.
She had written, "I felt like all the 'minor' achievements that women and women's movements have made over the years - like the right to vote, the right to own property, the right to education, equal pay for equal work, maternity leave, the Vishakha judgment, the right to adopt children...
the Colonial "settler class," had the right to own property
Parliament yesterday voted to amend a 2001 law that grants non-Bahrainis the right to own property, inserting a clause that restricts this right to only tourism and investment developments.
Just imagine living a life where you are denied education, employment, the right to own property, and the freedom of movement.
7 of 2006 concerning property registration in Dubai provides that the right to own property in the Emirate of Dubai shall be restricted to UAE and GCC nationals and to companies incorporated properly in the UAE.
Other unalienable rights recognized by the Founders include the right to freedom of religious worship, the right to freedom of speech, and the right to own property. All of these rights are "negative" rights in that their exercise does not require the compulsion of any third party to provide any good or service.
The Republic of Turkey has been found guilty of violating a laundry list of rights, including: the right to a fair trial, freedom of speech, the right to own property, the right to freedom and security, the right to free thinking, the right to freedom of religion, the right to assemble, the right to from associations, and the prohibition of discrimination.
According to sociologists, the civil element of citizenship is composed of the rights necessary for individual freedom, liberty of person, freedom of speech, thought and faith, right to own property; and the institution most directly associated with it is the rule of law and a system of courts.
The senator also stressed the importance of having a certificate of live birth, saying it ensures fundamental rights such as the right to vote and be voted for; the right to seek employment and to access social security benefits; the right to own property; the right to inherit; and the right to secure other documentary identification, like a driver's license or a passport.