Moreover, this redefinition of inalienability
would better reflect the various ways Indigenous peoples express continuing relation to particular lands.
(172) See Hasen, supra note 160, at 1335 ("[The] inalienability
argument is based upon a moral judgment that votes should not be salable or transferable.").
(302.) See supra Section I.B; see also Radin, supra note 32, at 1927 (discussing human flourishing from the perspective of market inalienability
The contrasting view would abrogate this conception of property rights in order to assure that no Jewish individual - or, for that matter, no Palestinian resident on other Palestinians' land - would be evicted; the search is for a politically necessary collective compromise in spite of the inalienability
of property rights in international law.
involved in either surrogacy or egg markets should lead
On the other side, incapacity cannot be mingled with the inalienability
because this one refers to a good or a right that cannot be transferred by acts between living persons (3), at the same time, neither with the unavailability that is a measure of suspension of the right of disposition concerning some goods, in order to maintain these ones in that respective person's inheritance; more generally, we shall not put the sign of equality between the incapacities (or one of them) and the limits of the law of property.
"A libertarian theory of contract: title transfer, binding promises, and inalienability
" Journal of Libertarian Studies, Vol.
In addition, because the non-assignability and champerty doctrines bar private transactions between competent adults, they implicate a rich non-economic literature on inalienability
. See, e.g., Margaret Jane Radin, Market-Inalienability, too Harv.
, equality of everybody before the law and the courts).
stem from the overbroad inalienability
of the provision and the far too
Bread-and-butter issues are still the top priority of the public in the absence of an education system that teaches the inalienability
of fundamental rights.