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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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After the review of constitution, current status and expectation of faculty, it is believed that an intellectual property right becomes the major concern of national and international world, because it is a main driving force of economic and intellectual development.
While, much recent work on property rights and collective action focus on their roles in NRM.
An individual must retain the property right to their own person and property that they obtain through voluntary exchange.
It stipulates that, in the case of work made for hire, the public research entities for whom the work is prepared are considered to be the owners of any intellectual property rights that exist in the work.
Those results have provoked interest in the use of tradable property rights known in fisheries as individual transferable quotas (IWQs)--to regulate marine resources.
The Tax Court says that without an employment agreement or noncompete covenant, client goodwill attributable to a shareholder's personal characteristics isn't a property right belonging to, or transferable by, a firm.
The southern African countries favor a diametrically opposite strategy for saving the elephant--a system under which property rights over the elephants are assigned.
The ChinaJoy Organizing Committee has partnered with relevant government authorities to investigate into the infringement of the intelligence property right of ChinaJoy and its subordinate events.
It was pointed out that BiH has been continuously improving this segment and that the Strategy on the implementation of intellectual property rights will soon be discussed by the Council of Ministers of BiH.
The International Intellectual Property Rights Institute (IPRI) is a well-established institution for the evaluation of intellectual property rights at the international level.
Vice-President and special envoy on gender Geraldine Fraser Moleketi yesterday said securing women's property rights will deliver positive development outcomes on the society.
Better coordination and setting of policy priorities in the area of property rights in close cooperation with the relevant stakeholders;

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