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4 Pages Essays / Projects Year: Pre-2018 Previously uploaded under: LAW1506 - Property Law

Joseph William Singer’s concept of property highlights the controversy and general difficulty of concisely answering, the question, what is property? One of America’s foremost property law scholars even suggests that “[t]he question is unanswerable.” Nevertheless the pursuit of a definition has warranted much scholarship and this essay will attempt to highlight the orthodox legal opinion of property, as a bundle of rights and discuss these rights in a legal context.

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