They also turned out to be very useful to steal, since the original owner had no way to prove their property rights.
Your property rights stop at the edge of my fence, but . . .
Kelo has ironically spurred a renaissance in property rights.
Stevens draws similar conclusions about the evil effects of property rights.
The movement toward the protection of property rights has been progressive.
The treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo had decreed that all property rights should be respected by the new government.
A petition for property rights was presented, signed with 9,000 names.
Her tract appealing for property rights was read before the convention by Mr. Jonson and supplied to each of the 100 members.
Few realize the manifold ways in which property rights are limited.
That these changes and readjustments of property rights will be carried still further he thinks there can be no doubt.
The legal limits governing the use and control of economic resources by individuals and corporations.