Property Right


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Property Right

A generic term that refers to any type of right to specific property whether it is personal or real property, tangible or intangible; e.g., a professional athlete has a valuable property right in his or her name, photograph, and image, and such right may be saleable by the athlete.

See: lien
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While, much recent work on property rights and collective action focus on their roles in NRM.
An individual must retain the property right to their own person and property that they obtain through voluntary exchange.
The protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) has therefore gained prominence in economic development literature because it motivates technological change, which is essential for economic growth.
Those results have provoked interest in the use of tradable property rights known in fisheries as individual transferable quotas (IWQs)--to regulate marine resources.
The Tax Court says that without an employment agreement or noncompete covenant, client goodwill attributable to a shareholder's personal characteristics isn't a property right belonging to, or transferable by, a firm.
However, this premier domestic brand now encounters an infringement, and the ChianJoy Organizing Committee makes the following statements as a token of the determination of the organizer and the government authorities to protect intelligence property right and tackle the infringement incident.
Countries may also exempt any species from patenting or intellectual property rights.
Better coordination and setting of policy priorities in the area of property rights in close cooperation with the relevant stakeholders;
Intellectual property rights involve rights to protect trademarks, patents, copyrights, industrial designs, plant breeders rights, traditional knowledge and folklore.
WASHINGTON, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Property Rights Alliance is proud to announce the release of the 2011 International Property Rights Index (IPRI) http://www.
The idea that property rights might themselves be a distinct and explicit area of economic inquiry is relatively recent.
It is only through developing formal property rights that dead capital can be put to productive uses.

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