oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - The need for democratic consent for private property



Labour points to the social responsibilities of private property and advocates a restriction of the rights it confers on its holder. This confrontation raises some interesting questions for the legal profession and economists alike, questions which may be illustrated by a short historic review of the shifting emphasis of rights versus duties of private property.


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