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    2.0.1 What are copyrights Copyrights are part of the intellectual property rights. Thus the law related to copyrights are governed by the wider body of law referred to as Intellectual Property Law. The rights attached to a traditional property are easily understood. They are in fact natural rights. If someone owns a property he is naturally entitled to the enjoyment of exclusive rights over such property. For instance, if you own a pencil you can exclude others from using such pencil in any other

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    PRESENTED What is the impact of Mr. Roberts and Ms. Turley holding their new home as joint tenants in a community property state? II. SHORT ANSWER By opting to hold the new home as joint tenants in a community property state, the couple will realize the higher level of creditor protection afforded by a joint tenancy but will lose the significant tax benefits afforded under the community property tax regime. III. STATEMENT OF FACTS John Roberts and Alice Turley are going to be married in the near future

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    women were second-class citizens. Women were expected to limit their interest to the home and family. Women were not encouraged to obtain a real education or pursue a professional career. After marriage, women did not have the right to own their own property, keep their own wages, or sign a contract. In addition, all women were denied the right to vote. “The cult of true womanhood ideology extended middle-class ideals far beyond the middle class and affected marriage, female education, and employment

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    Finders Law Essay

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    For: The main objective of finders’ law is to reunite the true owner with their lost property. As Cheapa and the Queensland Police proved unsuccessful at doing this, the general rule of ‘finders keepers’ may apply. Rules and obligations of the finder can be extracted from Parker v British Airways Board. Lord Justice Donaldson states that: 1. “The finder of a chattel acquires no rights over it unless (a) it has been abandoned or lost…” 2. “The finder of a chattel acquires very limited rights over

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    John Locke’s Second Treatise of Government is most known for his justification of private property, but there are many other theories, though not as popular, that are equally as important. One of these is his justification of inequality, which will be covered in this essay. Locke says that until the invention of money, there was no point to accumulate more property, or wealth, than one could use because it would spoil. That changed after the introduction of money because money does not spoil, which

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    it he expresses his views of how he believed that private property can be originally appropriated and that it can cause inequalities in terms of wealth. The Discourse of Inequalities, written by Jean Jacque Rousseau, can be used to criticize this because of its own particular way of viewing what is natural and unnatural inequality as well as his beliefs of the modernization of civilizations. In this treaties, Locke explains that the law of nature is basically a state of equality in which the people

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    rights of man and of the citizen: Men are born and remain free and equal in rights. The rights of liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression are imprescriptible. The law is the voice of the general will. No one is silence or disturb by their opinion or religious view. Communication of ideas and opinion

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    Disadvantages of Buying a Real Estate Property under an LLC 1. Difficulty in Formation Forming an LLC for the purpose of buying a property may not be as troublesome as forming a corporation, but it is certainly more tedious than forming a partnership for joint ownership. However, these types of property ownership provides a certain protection against personal liabilities and it is still an appealing advantage when you look at it from a much larger perspective. 2. Personal Liability Shield is

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    and in the late 1800’s women were one of the groups that were discriminated. Women had to fight hard to obtain the rights they now have in the 21st century and many of the women who fought for equal rights didn’t get to experience those rights since laws in their favor weren’t passed until years and years of fighting. In the late 1800’s American women were discriminated because they were not granted the same rights as men in the workforce, women had to be obedient to their husbands in their marriage

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    Locke on Property John Locke, philosopher and founder of liberalism employed philosophy and religion to stablish an ideal form of government; which served as the base of the principles used by the Founding Fathers, when creating the Constitution of the United States. Locke asserts that the doctrine of property helps stablish the fundamentals of a systematic and competent government. In the Second Treatise of Government, Locke debates how the preservation of property is the Government’s

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    power was perhaps the most central concept in Locke's political philosophy is his theory of natural law and natural rights. The natural law concept existed long before Locke as a way of expressing the idea that there were certain moral truths that applied to all people, regardless of the particular place where they lived or the agreements they had made. The most important early contrast was between laws that were by nature, and thus generally applicable, and those that were conventional and operated

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    Case Study: Forest Acres

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    system and is influential politically; making it one of the more established communities in Columbia. Also, he reported that the city council members and state legislators impact the community and makes many of the decisions for certain policies and laws enacted in the area and that these members are of Caucasian decent as well. Mr. Owens was then asked if he had any knowledge about zoning and coding enforcement; responding that the community has a strict Zoning

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    individual property rights; the things which they have appropriated from the commons. As Locke states, since every man has a property in his own person, whatsoever he removes out of the state that nature hath provided and left it in, he hath mixed his labor with, and joined to it something that is his own, and thereby makes it his property. Moreover, once having entered into political society, the property which every man had obtained in the state of nature ought to be protected by positive law. Locke

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    John Locke’s Stance on Property “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” While writing the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson believed these ideals were to be the focus of the government. This phrase, however, was adapted from John Locke’s focus of government: “Life, liberty, and property.” John Locke, unlike other philosopher such as Hobbes, believed that personal property was essential for life and protecting that property was to protect yourself. Locke also believes that with

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    copyright law against John Locke’s theory of labour. Hegel’s theory is centered on the concept of free will and personality of an individual and, according to him intellectual property is the way by which individuals distinguish themselves from one another. Property allows individuals to exercise their subjective freedom. Every intellectual property contains the aspect of personality of the owner that is distinct from any other and the same entitles them to enjoy right over that property. He is of

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    Coastal Property As Martin’s attorney, I believe he should consider his beach house lost to eminent domain with no legal recourse and he should accept the compensation of full market value, which the city authorities are legally obligated to provide (G.S. §40A-64, 2006). Unfortunately, Martin has almost no right to recover his property. The seizure of Martin’s property under North Carolina law and the caselaw precedent of Kelo v. New London (2005) firmly establishes the doctrine of eminent domain

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    Comparison of the Acquisition of Wealth and Property among the Northeastern American Indians and the Colonial American English Colonists Native Americans were living in North America long before the English discovered and began to settle in North America. The English began to take over the land and this brought about conflict between the Northeastern American Indians and the English colonists. This conflict arose because of the controversial views of property and wealth. What is wealth? Wealth is an

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    Sons Of Tea Dbq

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    and threw tons of tea overboard. This was unjustified because it was destruction of private property. They didn’t own the ships, Britain did. They also betrayed the crown that was protecting them. Lastly, their protest was too harsh. For those reasons, the colonists were unjustified in dumping the tea into the Boston Harbor. By boarding the boats and dumping the tea, they were destroying private property. “On the night of December 16, 1773, Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty boarded three ships

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    persecution, slavery and greed are direct negative consequences of power ,wealth ,and morality. The definition of power is to have control over someone or some group. A historical example of this includes slavery, slavery is the act of owning someone as property without their consent. The rich owned slaves to do work, such as tending to crops, housework or other labor. However, document one, show that one group has more rights or power than another group based on their church. According to this primary source

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    begin, Ramírez sailed to Spanish territory because he had no papers that certified that the ship and its cargo were his, as seen through Zepherino de Castro’s many attempts to restrain and seize Ramírez’s property (149). This meant, that he needed to find Spanish soil and subjects, where he knew the laws will be more lenient (rather than somewhere like Madagascar, where he could be denounced as a pirate to Spanish authorities in exchange

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