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Synonyms for property

Synonyms for property

something, as land and assets, legally possessed

usually extensive real estate

Synonyms for property

a basic or essential attribute shared by all members of a class

a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished

any movable articles or objects used on the set of a play or movie

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The most notable change in the law in Brazil is the granting of legal property rights to individuals in local, urban jurisdictions who are best described as "squatters.
Any tips left this way are the legal property of the restaurant owners who can use the money however they want.
In the former case, an increase in the strength of some legal property rights such as patents is a force that reduces the employer's ability to prevent employees from leaving with valuable know-how, in part because stronger property rights increase the value of the employee's start-up option.
Her body may have been Wade's legal property, but her mind was owned by no one but herself.
The new Bill means that gay couples no longer need to worry about being penalised by the system if one partner dies, savinglongand often complicated legal property disputes.
citizens into the realm of legal property and the social acceptance of U.
Hernando de Soto, in his recent book, The Mystery of capital, wrote: 'What distinguishes a good legal property system is that it is 'mind friendly.
He relies on sources as diverse as the Torah, the musical "Rent," studies of the effects of welfare legislation, and the story of the CEO of Malden Mills--who retained his employees even after the mill burned down--to argue that legal property rights be amended to serve everyone, not just the wealthy.
com, while in March 2000 ALM sold The Daily Deal, a non- legal property, to TDD, Inc.
The core difference being that "new" slavery owns only the labor and value of the slave, not the person as legal property.
Yet the final chapter in this deceptively short, well-illustrated, and superbly edited book hits the question head on: how may legal property rights help the Nenets chart their path into the future?
At a time when the Queensland Parliament is bitterly debating the merits of allowing gays in defacto relationships to have the same legal property rights as heterosexuals, Chapman's contribution still has currency even though it was written in 1995.
accept accountability for establishing the situation in which those injuries were inflicted (that is, establishing laws and customs that make children the legal property of parents and give parents a legal shield of privacy behind which many types of abuse can be inflicted without outside interference or even comment)
Yet Hunter was "far ahead of the administration with respect to the continuation of slavery in slave states, slaves as legal property, and even arming slaves for war" (53).
Later in the book, the authors allow that legal properties such as being a criminal may be holistic (very anatomic), on the grounds that one could not be the only one in the world to have a legal property (p.
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