Issues related to property owners' rights, particularly in relationship to the actions of governments such as eminent domain, regulatory takings and civil asset forfeiture.
This category is primarily meant for property rights advocacy, opposing viewpoints, and discussion surrounding concrete policy. In-depth economic analysis belongs under ,Science: Social Sciences: Economics, while broader ideological positions on property rights are best taken in Society: Politics. Legal particulars ought to live in Society: Law: Legal Information: Property Law and Real Estate.
Issues related to eminent domain, or the governmental authority to appropriate private property for public purposes.
The category is meant for anti-eminent domain advocacy, contrary positions, popularizations of the concept and similar purposes. As in the property rights category, economic, legal and ideological analyses might serve better if placed in the appropriate part of the Science or Society hierarchies.
Issues related to civil asset forfeiture and its problems.
This category is primarily meant for anti-forfeiture advocacy, popularisations and general information about asset forfeiture. Pro-forfeiture pieces should be placed under Pro-seizure, while economic, legal and ideological analyses often serve better if placed in the relevant parts of the Science and Society hierarchies.
Issues related to public access rights, also known as Everyman's rights, or comparable long-lived limitations on the private property institution.