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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Therefore, any analysis, which examines the link between poverty and property rights, can become meaningless where power dynamics are not taken into account.
The primary goal of this paper is to examine the importance of property rights to the human rights discussion and to investigate why many social critics have been willing to dismiss property rights in the name of advancing human rights.
In order for this to be allowed, the corporation in question must be dedicated to research, development and innovation, concept testing, the transfer and exploitation of intellectual property rights, the utilization of innovations and scientific knowledge obtained and developed by public agents, or the provision of technical services relating to their own purposes.
Although tradable property rights were implemented in both fisheries concurrently, in the years prior to implementation it was generally believed that tradable property rights would affect the surf clam fishery only.
Although trade secrets, special processes, patents and proprietary information are among an employer's protectable interests, it isn't clear how noncompete provisions create an employer property right to clients or customers if one did not previously exist.
We review the literature in the following section, then in Section III we describe the details of the property rights systems or community wildlife programs that have been implemented.
As intelligence property right is gaining increasing attention and protection, the ChinaJoy Organizing Committee hereof expresses its indignation over the infringement.
Greater access to information and understanding of property rights.
ACTA, signed by the Union and 22 member states on 26 January, is an international treaty intended to create a global framework to combat breaches of intellectual property rights, in particular on the internet, and the counterfeiting of numerous products.
The idea that property rights might themselves be a distinct and explicit area of economic inquiry is relatively recent.
Summary: Riyadh, Dhu Al-Qa&'dah 4, 1431, Oct 12, SPA -- The 2nd Arab Forum for the Protection of Consumers from Fraud and Counterfeiting and Protection of Intellectual Property Rights will conclude its session here later today.

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