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property,

n the rightful ownership; the exclusive right to a thing.
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them an important right of citizenship--the right to own property.
Despite a generally positive view regarding the legal right to own property and investor protection, scores were generally negative for the category of legal issues and enforcing contracts.
She said the society wanted to see these children entitled to all the rights enjoyed by Bahraini citizens, including political participation, employment, right to own property, housing and educational scholarships.
Legal status is important because the state then recognizes the local Church as a legitimate corporate body in the country, with the right to own property such as churches and schools and rights for the Christian community equal to those of the dominant religion.
The practice of paying bride price is one of the factors contributing to women in Tanzania suffering sexual abuse, battery and denial of their right to own property, a study conducted by the Tanzania Media Women Association (TAMWA) says.
More specifically, it was the liberal members of the Supreme Court who voted to violate our right to own property.
Like it or not," said Hostettler, "the historical fact of the matter is that the absolutes upon which most of the law of this country is derived, everything from the right to own property to the criminal codes, are rooted in the Bible.
If the right to own property is a basic human right, as Turkish women insist, women do not have it.
Unfortunately, courts have too often, for instance, found that government regulation of the human right to own property in land may proceed unhindered so long as some discernible sliver of value remains to the landowner.
The debate should have provided the conservative defenders of property rights with a perfect example of how the right to own property also protects the 1st Amendment rights of assembly and religion by supporting the building of the mosque.
A highly dangerous and objectionable process has started in terms of the country's indivisible integrity, security and public welfare," EuztE-rk said, adding that the law lifts most of the restrictions, including the reciprocity requirement, which dictates that the citizens of 89 countries currently do not have the right to own property in Turkey because Turkish nationals are not entitled to own property in these countries.
Like any other person a land grabber has the right to own property but they prefer to usurp other people's rights to own property.