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alienable

Law (of property) transferable to another owner
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Native title, though recognized by the common law, is not an institution of the common law and is not alienable by the common law.
Once we adopt this version of the Pareto principle, however, Gibbard's alienable rights provide a simple solution to the conflict between even Sen's demanding version of liberalism and the Pareto principle.
This would suggest a crisis in contemporary Maisin personhood, as the inalienable personified tapa has become a profitable alienable commodity that seems to have no correspondence with the woman who made it and her patrilineal identity and kin that sustained her.
Having Iranian nationality is an alienable right for any Iranian; and the government cannot deprive one of his nationality unless he wills, or he takes another nationality.
As pertaining the Right of Return, the press release reported Hassassian as saying: "it is an alienable right and a necessary condition for achieving self-determination.
Certain inalienable rights, the Court has ruled, are actually kind of alienable.
But in fact the new natural rights doctrine leaves Catholic social and political doctrine massively unstable: it leads Catholics to demand the push-me-pull-you of alienable inalienable rights.
According to that wider view, property rights can be understood as (potentially) transferable or alienable rights, good against the world, that others not perform some action without the owner's permission.
The Regulation takes the unprecedented step of, in effect, creating a property regime in personal data, under which the property entitlement belongs to the data subject and is partially alienable.
The temporary legal rights permitted the free transfer of asset shares as an alienable private property by lease, bequest, sale, and so forth.
It shall identify which among the assets are inalienable and alienable pursuant to the pertinent provisions in the Constitution, Republic Act 386 otherwise known as the Civil Code of the Philippines.
enjoy the protection of law as well as he is not being treated in accordance of law which is an alienable right of the citizens of the country.