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n the rightful ownership; the exclusive right to a thing.
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Some of these communities are very large and long established, but their residents (favelados) lack legal property rights, as they are deemed mere invaders of public or private land.
The incorporation of informal property claims within the legal property system is not without conflicts, and the extra-legal dimension of these communities leaves them vulnerable to manipulation by proponents and opponents alike.
For example, a slave could not fully assume the role of "father," as his children were legal property of the slave owner.
All legal property in European countries will be registered in the appropriate place in your local town or regional city.
So when Llyn was discharged from hospital she was heartbroken to discover her beloved 14-year-old Bess, which she had brought up from a puppy, was now the legal property of an elderly woman somewhere in England.
Verisign says that domain names are not legal property and so it cannot be accountable for giving sex.
Blythe Liggins handles legal property and planning matters for several equestrian centres.
I do not want to recreate Spivak's entire Marxist argument here; what interests me is her statement that, culturally, "the man retains legal property rights over the product of a woman's body.
Preventive and corrective maintenance, technical and legal property of the disposal of the General Directorate of Police, and the elements and facilities inherent to them, in the provinces of Cantabria, Asturias, La CoruEa, Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra, LeEn , Zamora, Salamanca, Valladolid, Segovia, Palencia, Burgos, Soria and Avila (Except Training Centre)
BARMY judges have ruled that if the owner of stolen car can't be traced it becomes the legal property of the thieves.
Approximately twenty members of Martineau Johnson's Property Group will be attending the show at various times to advise and help visitors across the spectrum of legal property matters.
No-one claimed it and it's now the legal property of Mr Longhurst.

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