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Links 1 through 10 of 186 by Peter Cresswell tagged Property_Rights

By uncovering enterprise-based solutions to poverty in Africa, the Enterprise Africa! project and team are drawing media attention around the world. Click here for a listing of recent op-eds and articles about the project and its findings.

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Libertarianz opposes this Bill as it appropriates portions of land to be state property, rather than recognising the value in implementing private title for the foreshore and seabed, as a sustainable, progressive and fair solution to this issue which has

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The purpose of the Foreshore and Seabed Act was to remove the opportunity to prove ownership of unowned tracts under a common law process. This is a right should not have been taken away. The Act essentially nationalised whatever property rights existed i

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IS THAT TRUE? If we assume here that "sustainable" means something like, "good for the environment," is it really true to say that the invisible hand of the market doesn't deliver a good environment? Well, no it's not. In fact, quite the reverse.

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However there are people who think that eminent domain is marvellous. Many of these people are developers. Many of them are politicians. One of them recently agreed to debate Yaron Brook from the Ayn Rand Institute on this issue. Yaron is not in favour of

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The Definition of Irony: When the New Zealand Government wants to confiscate the land where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed. Yes, we've learned a lot in 167 years, haven't we?

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TVNZ: Controversial pylons get go-ahead Transpower has been given permission to build its controversial pylons from the Waikato to Auckland... The decision by [the Electricity Commission] was not unanimous, but all agree that an upgrade of the transmissio

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Here's an interesting exercise for you libertarian types. A chap called Charlie Tan has posted an interesting challenge over at a 'Compulsion Touters on Campus' post on The Philosophy of Liberty, in which he makes the argument that property rights are not

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But here's an Anniversary Day question for you to ponder. Mount Eden (or as it was known then, Maungawhau) was as desirable then as it is now. These days, properties on Mount Eden are some of the most expensive in the country - expensive because Mount Ede

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