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Real and Intellectual Properties

is Ownership. Ownership of properties is not only a dream but also literally a right of passage in America that symbolizes newfound stature and success. In our society, these symbols have come under fire by those who would seek to take that away called the “Plaintiff”. This new stature comes in many forms but today we will talk about two that are in the most jeopardy and require legal protections, in the form of either Real Property, or Intellectual Property. Real property (or realty) is a legal term...

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Property Law- Control over Access

When property is taken to represent a bundle of rights at the common law, then the right to exclude others from the benefits of a property is the leading right of the property owner.[1] This is because only excludable resources can be propertised or have ‘property status’. That is, without an excludable nature, resources cannot be legally regarded as property.[2] Thus, it can be held that property ‘consists primarily in control over access’.[3] As a dynamic concept, the scope and nature of...

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Property Rights in the United States

The economic concept of private property refers to the rights owners have to the exclusive use and disposal of a physical object. Property is not a table, a chair, or an acre of land. It is the bundle of rights which the owner is entitled to employ those objects. The alternative (collectivist) view is that private property consists merely of a legal deed to an object with the use and disposal of the object subject to the whims and mercies of the state. Under this latter view, the state retains ownership...

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Intellectual property law

Intellectual property is known as patents, copyrights, trademarks and related interests. It undoubtedly plays a key global role in developing science and technologies. Among all the countries America have the most integrated system of IP. Recent years, Intellectual property law has also been put on a high value in China. This essay just gives a comprehensive study over the development of China’s Intellectual property law. Firstly, this essay will make a general overview of intellectual property law globally...

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Matrix: Property and Hair Studio

 Process Design Matrix and Summary Design Andreameda Pollock OPS/571 July 15, 2014 Professor Mark Bolotte Executive Summary- Services Hair Studio Salons was founded in 2014 and is created so that salon professional can become independent owner. Hair Studio would assist these professional to become their own boss with the hassles of traditional salon ownership. Hair Studio Salons like to have its location in high end areas like downtown area. Hair Studio will...

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Leasehold and Freehold, Forms of Property Ownership

Leasehold and freehold, forms of property ownership Owning a property is a cherished dream for most Zimbabweans. The property purchase process which involves selecting the right location, the right property and the right price also involves a critical aspect of selecting the appropriate ownership structure. Property can be owned primarily in two forms, leasehold and freehold with several other derivations from these two ownership structures. The main difference between these primary ownership...

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Chemicals and Properties

Chemistry Physical and Chemical Properties Submitted by                                                                                                                               Date Submitted: February 2, 2014    Date Performed:  January 31, 2014 Lab Section: Chem-180          Course Instructor: Professor Spenser                                                        Purpose The purpose of this lab experiment is to observe physical and chemical properties of substances which are also...

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Tangible Property Rights

Assignment: Tangible Property Rights Jo Darling, Mark Plenty, Chantile Smith, Chante Strickland LAW/531 April 15, 2013 David Cheatham, J. D. Week Five Team Assignment: Tangible Property Rights Tangible property is property that is seen and touched outside of fixtures (University of Phoenix, 2010).” Tangible property includes physically defined property such as goods, animals, minerals “(University of Phoenix 2010). The laws in the United States of America provides property owner rights of protection...

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Doctrine of Fixtures in Property Law

Doctrine of fixtures in property law The doctrine of fixtures is applied to determine if an object is a fixture.1 This common law provides that what is annexed to the land becomes part of the land, “quicquid plantatur solo, solo credit”, and adopts the character of real property.2 For this to transpire all circumstances surrounding the annexation to the land are examined, including but not limited to the degree of annexation and the purpose of annexation.3 Through this both objective and subjective...

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Plato and Aristotle Private Property and The Ability to Rule

to own private property and the ability to rule. Plato’s, The Republic and Aristotle’s, the Politics of Aristotle illustrates both philosophers’ ideal states of regime. It is also where we get a clear view on the different opinions both men have on the subject of ruling and ownership. Plato believed that the abolishment of Private property was necessary especially for the Guardians and the auxiliaries. While Aristotle on the other hand, criticized the abolition of private property, believing that...

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