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Al Sayed was also pleased to highlight the numerous advantages of Diar Dushanbe, which includes being the first development to grant foreigners the right of ownership.
The Ministry of Transport and Communication decided to simplify the procedure of transfer of the right of ownership of a building land and suggested modifications to the law on building land, under which some 10,000 families having bought land in the 1970s but have no sales contracts certified by court will soon be issued deeds to claim ownership.
The judge ruled businesses do not have an "enforceable proprietary claim" to staff email content unless that content can be considered to be confidential information belonging to a business, unless business copyright applies to the content, or unless the business has a contractual right of ownership over the content.
The army wants to exploit the resources of Balochistan and snatch the right of ownership of its people.
He said that the revolutionary steps also involve the sustainable support to the poor for establishing their businesses, right of ownership to the workers in the entrepreneurs, development in Balochistan, increase in the support price of agriculture produces, provision of the agriculture inputs on subsided rates and other number of steps.
Addressing a public gathering here, he added that the central government has to recognize the right of ownership of Baloch people on their resources if it is serious in winning the confidence of the people of the province.
When attempting to tackle "infringers", some companies struggle to establish their right of ownership and origin of the material on the website.
Hence, he specified that the arrangement was not permanent and it gave the Jews no right of ownership of the land.
Khodorkovsky then asked his lawyer to sell him the ownership of oil, by exchanging the right of ownership for a promissory note to pay one ruble.