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  Anthony de Jasay, Property or Property Rights?: Library of Economics and Liberty
A right may be created by contract in which the obligor, in exchange for a consideration, surrenders his freedom to perform (or forbear from performing) some set of acts as he pleases, and agrees to perform (or forbear from performing) it as required by the rightholder.
The granting of civil rights to some minority and the imposition of the appropriate conduct on the rest is a perhaps less mundane one.
The notion of "property rights" as used in current economic theory, conjures up the fiction that property is conferred by "society" upon the proprietors and the corresponding obligation to respect it is imposed by "society" on everybody.
www.econlib.org /library/Columns/y2006/Jasaypropertyrights.html   (1668 words)

  
  Exclusive right - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Anglo-Saxon law, an exclusive right is a de facto, non-tangible prerogative existing in law (that is, the power or, in a wider sense, right) to perform an action or acquire a benefit and to permit or deny others the right to perform the same action or to acquire the same benefit.
Exclusive rights can be established by law or by contractual obligation, but the scope of enforceability will depend upon the extent to which others are bound by the instrument establishing the exclusive right; thus in the case of contractual rights, only persons that are parties to a contract will be affected by the exclusivity.
Exclusive rights may be granted in property law and intellectual property law as well as in relation to public utilities.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Exclusive_rights   (682 words)

  
 RIGHTS IN TECHNICAL DATA
Those license rights range from limited rights which restrict disclosure of data and software by the government, to unlimited rights which authorize the government to use and share university data with any outside party, for any purpose.
These are rights to use, modify, reproduce, perform, display, release or disclose technical data in whole or in part, in any manner or for any purpose whatsoever, and to have, or to authorize others to do so.
It is equally important to remember that the government purpose right restriction entitles the university to a respite period limited to five years, during which it may enjoy exclusive commercial license rights.
www.cogr.edu /docs/RightsComputer.htm   (2341 words)

  
 Memorandum Regarding Rights of Parties
Rather, the crux of this dispute concerns what rights that easement provides the County, as the dominant estate holder, and how the exercise of those rights is to be balanced against the interests of the Park, as the servient estate holder.
A new consent of the servient estate holder to activities within the dominant estate holder's bundle of rights is not required, because the consent was granted at the time of conveyance and does not have to be updated.
The County asserts that the legal boundary between those juxtaposed rights is established by the County's bundle of rights.
www.rs2477roads.com /2rights.htm   (2696 words)

  
 Legislating for property rights in fisheries
Rights themselves are viewed differently by economists and lawyers: economic rights are the end sought, whereas legal rights are the means of achieving the end.
Exclusivity, the right to hold and manage property without external interference, is guaranteed by the state as against other private individuals by a system of trespassory rules in the form of monitoring and enforcement provisions.
Rights in fisheries are creatures of statute and the state can intervene only subject to legal or constitutional guarantees of just compensation.
www.fao.org /docrep/007/y5672e/y5672e03.htm   (2069 words)

  
 Property as a bundle of rights
When you buy property all of these rights could be included or only one of these rights might be.
U.S. law vests mineral rights with the owners of land under which the minerals lie, whereas wildlife is typically the property of the state, regardless of location.
wildlife now belongs to the owner of land on which it resides, while mineral rights belong to the state.
www.uwec.edu /Geography/Ivogeler/w270/bundleofrights.htm   (229 words)

  
 Bundle Of Rights Approach To Value
Each stick represents a distinct and separate right, which may be the right to use the real estate, to sell it, to lease it, to enter it, to give it away, or to choose to exercise more than one or none of these rights.
The rights in the bundle, subject to government limitations and private restrictions, can be sold, leased, transferred, or otherwise disposed of individually.
Thus, the ownership of certain rights may be severed from the ownership of the rest of a property by their being sold, leased, or given as a gift to other parties.
www.privatelandownernetwork.org /plnlo/bundleofrights.asp   (995 words)

  
 Water Rights
Land without irrigation grandfathered right may not be irrigated with ground water and this right may not be sold apart from a piece of land.
Right to use ground water for non-irrigation purposes, includes farmland that has since been retired from cultivation, an irrigation grandfathered right had by converted to a Type 1, can not be reconverted
An appurtenance is a right, privilege or improvement that passes with the land.
www.arizonan.com /Real-Estate/PropertyandWaterRights.htm   (1305 words)

  
 Introduction to Property Rights - A Historical Perspective
Although the issue of property rights has received a great deal of attention in recent years, it is valuable to remember that property rights have been debated in the United States since the country was formed over 200 years ago.
Rights are real only when the sovereign power, acting as an agent for society, recognizes those rights and is willing to defend and enforce them.
It is also important to remember that removing sticks from the bundle of rights does not necessarily mean less satisfaction for the owner or that property has less value.
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu /lcr/LGIEN2000-0006.html   (1524 words)

  
 Realty Times - Real Estate News and Advice
Surface, or ground level rights, are part of the bundle of rights held in fee simple ownership and involve the right to use and alter the land's surface.
The rights to own subsurface minerals, including oil, are fractional rights that may be severed from title and sold separately.
Mineral rights are usually held by the Crown and fall under provincial and territorial jurisdictions.
realtytimes.com /rtcpages/20060307_mineralrights.htm   (979 words)

  
 Show-Me the Argument » Can self-ownership ground basic individual rights?
Basic individual rights are supposed to be things we have in a way that does not depend on what others attribute to us (e.g., the mere fact that slave owners do not attribute self-ownership to slaves does not mean that slaves have no rights).
But, any attempt to ground basic individual rights in the concept of self-ownership would be circular on this conception of ownership, since my claim to self-ownership itself would be derived from my claim that I have certain basic individual rights concerning the usage and control of my own person.
Self-ownership seems right (especially when we add the element of enforcibility) and other possibilities such as a right for you to be friendly to others does not.
www.missouri.edu /~philwww/show-me/?p=48   (2999 words)

  
 Sovereignty and Human Rights: The Search for =
Often, the counter to the internationalization of human rights is the doctrine of sovereignty, which on its face seems to preclude the implementation by external coercion of human rights standards.
With the norms of human rights having been legitimated by governments, the claims for implementation by these NGOs were difficult to discount altogether, especially when joined with grassroots opposition to oppressive rule and to an awareness of abuse made manifest by a gradually more attentive global media.
It is evident that the spectrum of accepted meanings associated with both sovereignty and human rights establishes a domain of ambiguity that enables political actors with contradictory values and goals to invoke either or both poles for their instrumental purposes.
mywebpages.comcast.net /lionelingram/Sovereignty_and_Human_Rights_Falk.htm   (2133 words)

  
 Branding Rights - How We Do It
A branding rights program leverages tangible and intangible attributes of a property and delivers definable benefits to the property owner and to the brand owners who purchase rights in the program.
While naming or sponsorship rights may be key elements in a marketing plan, the “branding rights” approach created by BRL allows for greater flexibility and wider integration with a company’s strategic plan for its consumer or industrial brands, or for the corporate brand.
Rights may be offered with or without category exclusivity and/or may be accompanied by the designation of "official" as related to a provider of products or services within a given category.
www.brandingrights.com /how.htm   (301 words)

  
 John Watson * State Representative * District 150 * Campaign * Property Rights Page
Property rights must be maintained and fair compensation must be paid to owners whose rights are taken by governments.
Ownership of property is associated with three rights - the right to use the property, the right to enjoy or bear the consequences of this use and the right to transfer rights.
In everyday conversation, it is common to refer to the bundle of rights as property rights, but by this expression we mean rights to property and not rights of property.
www.rollanet.org /~jwatson/campaign/property.html   (618 words)

  
 BUNDLE Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-04)
Bundle is a fun, user-friendly shopping magazine with everything under the sun for pregnant woman and moms with babies and toddlers, from 0 to 3.
Bundle is the premier shopping title for this exciting time in a woman's life.
Bundle is the consummate shopping magazine for mothers and their babies, from pre to three.
www.bundle-magazine.com   (78 words)

  
 Breeze Realty - Find Your Wisconsin Northwoods Dream Home
When a buyer receives this bundle of rights, it is subject to any rights the seller retains and also to any other rights that other persons have or acquire.
Rights are restricted by certain powers of the government.
Rights to either or both could be retained by the seller, or sold or leased separately.
breeze-realty.com /legalrights.aspx   (592 words)

  
 License vs. Sale of Film Rights
Rather, the movie rights were property held primarily for sale to customers in ordinary course of trade or business, in part of the copyright assigned and not a license.
Paramount only obtained the right of an exclusive license to the motion picture rights since: a) Paramount only acquired a piece of the separable bundle of rights known as copyrights and therefore no sale took place.
That the assignment of the motion picture rights to Paramount was a sale (a piece of the rights could be sold) but it was in the course of a trade or business and therefore ordinary anyway.
www.irs.gov /businesses/small/industries/article/0,,id=100043,00.html   (1207 words)

  
 Bundle branch block - MayoClinic.com
Bundle branch block (BBB) is a condition in which there's a delay or obstruction in the transmission of your heart's electrical impulses.
Part of this pathway is a bundle of fibers that divides into left and right branches into the heart's left and right lower chambers.
Bundle branch block impairs your heart's ability to pump blood forcefully and efficiently through your circulatory system and makes your heart work harder.
www.mayoclinic.com /health/bundle-branch-block/DS00693   (282 words)

  
 Purchase of Development Rights, CDFS-1263-98
We may consider the ownership of land to be the possession of a "bundle of rights" associated with that land.
If the mineral rights have been separated from the remaining items in the bundle, the owner is prohibited from drilling for oil or from mining the land.
The right to develop a piece of land for residential, commercial, or industrial purposes is also a right within the bundle.
ohioline.osu.edu /cd-fact/1263.html   (1873 words)

  
 Subsidiary Rights - Acquisition and Licensing
The grant of rights clause in a publishing contract is one of the most important clauses because it enumerates the specific rights granted to the publisher by the author.
The critical point is that the publisher only has the right to exploit those rights that are specifically granted to the publisher and any exploitation of rights exceeding the author's grant could be deemed a copyright infringement of the author's work.
Subsidiary rights are normally sold or licensed to third parties by the publisher and under certain circumstances by the author.
www.publaw.com /subsidiary.html   (1898 words)

  
 Chapter 1C - I.P. Protection of Digital Rights in the New Millennium
Copyright and neighboring rights are directed primarily at the personal literary and artistic creations of authors and artists, and they tend to reflect the personal values of authors and artists in the integrity of their creations and society's interest in encouraging such creative activity.
A trademark owner's right is essentially to stop others from using the mark in connection with their marketing, where the use would confuse the public by leading it to believe that the trademark owner sponsors the infringer's activities.
These limitations on intellectual property rights are based on considerations of public policy, and they both distinguish protections under different bodies of intellectual property law from one another and demarcate these laws’ respective zones of protection from the public domain.
docs.law.gwu.edu /facweb/claw/ch1C.htm   (5384 words)

  
 ASJA: American Society of Journalists and Authors
When a writer signs over "all rights" to his literary work, he is essentially conveying the entire bundle of rights that makes up his copyright plus any common law rights he may have in the work.
Granting "non-exclusive rights" to a publisher may sound less onerous to a writer than signing an all-rights or WMFH agreement, but the apparent safeguard may be deceptive.
Similar as "all rights" and WMFH may sound in their dismal practical effects on the writer, there are other distinctions between them, involving copyright term and the right to a reversion.
www.asja.org /pubtips/wmfh01.php   (2798 words)

  
 City Strengthens Human Rights Law (Gotham Gazette. October, 2005)
Civil Rights refers to the basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled, and to the laws that prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, creed, gender, age, sexual orientation, and many other criteria.
Civil rights and liberties battles continue in New York over everything from riding bicycles en masse to the right of same-sex couples to marry (see Links in the News).
Harding moved the party to the right to endorse Rudy Giuliani for mayor in 1989 and eventually it lost its ballot status in the state.
www.gothamgazette.com /article/civilrights/20051006/3/1609   (1767 words)

  
 EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS SECURED BY COPYRIGHT
The rights of a copyright owner are found in section 106 and are referred to as exclusive rights.
Such right may be claimed in literary, musical, dramatic and choreographic works and in pantomimes, pictorial, graphic and sculptural works, and in the individual images of motion pictures and other audiovisual works.
The right of integrity provides the artist with the right to prevent intentional distortions, mutilations or other modifications of his work that are prejudicial to his honor or reputation.
www.unc.edu /~unclng/exclusiv.htm   (1386 words)

  
 Timberland Appraisal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-04)
The individual rights in a bundle of rights can be sold, leased, transferred, or otherwise disposed of separately, subject to government limitations and private restrictions.
Thus, certain rights can be severed from the ownership of a property and be sold, leased, or given to others.
A leased fee estate is an ownership interest held by a landlord with the right of use and occupancy conveyed by lease to others; the rights of the lessor (the leased fee owner) and the lessee (leaseholder) are specified by contract terms contained within the lease.
www.timbertax.org /getstarted/appraisal/propertyrights.asp   (580 words)

  
 Local Zoning, Eminent Domain, and the Bundle of Rights in Virginia
Property rights associated with a parcel of land can be perceived as a bundle of individual sticks.
Utility rights of way are often perpetual, but other rights may be granted for a fixed period of years.
A landowner who leased out acreage along a highway for a gas station for 20 years may retain the buildings erected by the company that leased the land, or require that all improvements be removed and the land restored to its original condition when the 20-year lease expires.
www.virginiaplaces.org /landuseplan/rightszoning.html   (1028 words)

  
 Internet Publishing and Digital Rights: The Changing Balance between Access and Ownership
Article 27 of the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights states: 'the public has a right to be entitled to the dissemination to the public of critical and scientific works.
It is amazing that the mere mention of the concept intellectual property rights can elicit vastly different reactions in ordinary people, from complete indifference, causing the eyes to glaze over and the head to nod, to sheer panic, where the eyes widen and the heart pounds.
moral rights to be identified as the creator of certain kinds of material, and to object to distortion or mutilation of it.
www.csa.com /discoveryguides/internet/overview.php   (3462 words)

  
 Civil Rights (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
This second generation of economic “welfare rights,” the argument went, helped to ensure that the political, economic, and legal rights belonging to the first generation could be made effective in protecting the vital interests of citizens and were not simply paper guarantees.
A third generation of claims has received considerable attention in recent years, what may be broadly termed “rights of cultural membership.” These include language rights for members of cultural minorities and the rights of indigenous peoples to preserve their cultural institutions and practices and to exercise some measure of political autonomy.
They are genuine human rights to which every person is entitled, whether she is in a location where she has a right to citizenship or not.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/civil-rights   (7975 words)

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