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Maori Land

Posted by 1Law4All on January - 13 - 2015

By Reuben Chapple Reblogged from Breaking Views Property rights come about in one of two ways: 1. What in a pre-legal society might be referred to as “Customary Title.” This is not ownership at all, merely a temporary right of use or occupation, lasting only until extinguished by superior force. 2. Legal ownership. This means the ability to exclude others by the force of law. The underlying requirement is a universally  [ Read More ]

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