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property right

noun
1.
a legal right to or in a particular property.
Origin
1940-1945
1940-45
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  • In addition, the object of the scheme must be a traditionally recognized property right.
  • Most property right laws were originally to keep government from intervention.
  • When the government provides a property right to someone, that property right cannot be taken away without due process.
  • Moreover, such laws are based on a novel concept: that individuals have a property right in information about themselves.
  • Your property right trumps their collective right and you get to stay.
  • The timely maintenance of property right records is fundamental to the mineral industry operating.
  • Granting the variance is essential to the enjoyment of a substantial property right possessed by other property in the same zone.
  • No infringement or violation of any property right will result from the use of such name, logo, or graphic design.

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