Right to Property

Property cannot be taken from an individual except as specifically set forth in this document.

The purpose to which private geographic property is put cannot be regulated or specified by law or community mandate, except insofar as certain purposes may comprise gross ecological devastation and so be forbidden.

The owner or contractually defined tenant or custodian of private property can use physical means to prevent the theft of private property or trespassing on private property, provided the offender is verbally warned first and manifestly unresponsive or defiant, and the physical means can be reasonably expected to not cause any serious physical injury.   The owner or custodian is not liable, prosecuteble, or penalizeable, for any minor injuries - scratches, bruises, superficial cuts, recoverable cranial concussions, or incidental and recoverable bone fractures or overextended tendons - sustained by the offender.   The owner or custodian can confine the offender to permit subsequent transfer to official custody.

No law can limit the variety or extent of the properties owned by an individual, or act on that basis, though the purchase of particular land properties can be temporarily embargoed as specified in this document.

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