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We know the Blockian Proviso says that one may not homestead in such a way as to forestall potential owners from appropriating unowned land.
Previous research indicates substantial variation in cat home range size in urban areas, with unowned feral cats tending to have the largest home ranges and owned free-ranging pets tending to have the smallest home ranges (Schmidt et al.
Not everybody would agree with my claim that the public domain is unowned but that members of the public enjoy common property rights over it.
In many cases, the bulk buyer is both the termination trustee and the purchaser, thus, acquiring the bulk owner's units along with the unowned units.
Here my response is that it is unowned, repressed anger that is far more dangerous than owned, unrepressed anger--more likely to emerge in compulsive, uncontrollable ways, more likely to spill over into violence.
If they do not like this libertarian notion of awarding property rights to the first user of unowned areas, let them lump it.
In Europe, I believe Credit Suisse,HSBC and Banco Santander are all deeply undervalued, unloved and unowned banks.
In fact, the concept of finders keepers derived from the work of the second century jurist Gaius, who suggested that unowned property (res nullius) became "the property of the first taker.
Street dogs in the capital Bucharest have been in the news after a boy, four, was killed by a stray in August and ministers passed a law allowing for the city's 64,000 unowned dogs to be put down.
Primitive accumulation is a phrase generally associated with economics, particularly Marxist analysis, of the very early stage in the development of a capitalist economy, as, in Marx's vision, formerly unowned or collectively owned resources such as land are converted to private ownership.
Drugs were found in an unowned bag near the car of a passenger train from Bishkek to Novosibirsk.
3) His "argumentation ethics" is an argument from the features of argumentative activity to the conclusion that each person has the moral rights to self-ownership, to acquire property in unowned resources by mixing her labor with them, and to exchange property with others by agreement.