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n Without Prejudice - "The immovable, the movable and those that move" : property law

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Abstract

Benjamin Franklin, founding father of the United States of America, once proclaimed: "" While widely regarded as describing what Benjamin Franklin believed were the three types of people in this world (that is, those who are stagnant and do nothing about their circumstances, those who are moved and composed to do something about it but don't know how, and those who are involved in changing their circumstances), a group of unlawful occupiers recently provided a more literal interpretation to this famous line.

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2014-11-01
2016-12-09
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