Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Human Rights: Property

Can the state interfere with how I use my property?

You have the right to peaceful enjoyment of property without interference. You have the right to use, develop, sell, destroy or deal with your property in any way you please. The right to protection of property means that public bodies cannot interfere with the way that you use your property unless there is a law that lets them do it and unless interference is justified.

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