a legal right to or in a particular property.
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How to use property right in a sentence
Some economists are uncomfortable about the entire idea of putting property rights about data, even when this is for the benefit of the user.
Their mobility and decision making was heavily restricted and they lacked basic reproductive and property rights.
Short-term rental owners say renting out your home is a fundamental property right that helps families make ends meet, creates thousands of jobs and contributes millions of dollars in taxes and economic activity for the city.There’s a Vacation Rental Compromise on the Table — Take it | Matt Gardner | September 3, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
Instead, they are channeling 19th century conservatives like Francis Parkman and William Graham Sumner, who believed that freedom is about protecting property rights—if need be, by obstructing democracy.‘Freedom’ Means Something Different to Liberals and Conservatives. Here’s How the Definition Split—And Why That Still Matters | Annelien de Dijn | August 25, 2020 | Time
I do believe change needs to take place on some of the things like intellectual property rights.Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor Talks Equality, The Economy, and Why Leaders Wear Masks | Eben Shapiro | June 14, 2020 | Time
I'm not going to sell the Ashley property right away, not without going up to look at it at least.Rough-Hewn | Dorothy Canfield
The blood kin guard their property right in the maiden as jealously as the man guards his property right in his wife.Folkways | William Graham Sumner
The property right was established by the six-shooter, and honest men were forced to the wall.Crooked Trails | Frederic Remington
No matter that despair had recently colored his mental vision; the sense of property right still functioned unimpaired.The Hidden Places | Bertrand W. Sinclair
The right to absolute ownership is in A, that is his property right.Commercial Law | Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill