Aboriginal title is only alienable
to an entity that does have governmental capacity--in Canada, another Aboriginal nation or the Crown.
It avoids the trap of alienability and the perverse incentives that a market in alienable
personal data would create.
I argue that these conditions are unduly restrictive because they rule out plausible moral theories, including fairness theories that feature alienable
possession, on the other hand, tends to be expressed by means of auxiliary elements termed possessive classifiers (Harrison 1998; Lynch 1973, 1996, 1998: 123-124; and Lichtenberk 1983).
26) Theories like F* and F** violate independence because they take alienable
rights to fairness seriously.
for future owners if the fragmented interests are alienable
In the cases known to me, people may succeed to local proximate title by some lawful pathway, or may be divested of it by some customary process, and in that sense the people, rather than the land, might be regarded as alienable
First, only alienable
possession and the experiencer construction require an animate subject.
at 254 (noting that the GAA unified a patchwork of policies allotting land on a freely alienable
basis that had led to the rapid disappearance of Indian land).
Myers raises a number of interesting questions in this article, particularly those pertaining to the process whereby alienable
objects become, or take on the semblance of, an inalienable possession.
On such grounds, a language-independent distinction of alienable
and inalienable possession is rendered almost impossible.
He stressed that the AIPU would give a top priority to the issues of particular societal categories in the Arab world such as women, the handicapped and children with a view to promoting and ensuring their alienable