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      n   pl   , -ties  
1    something of value, either tangible, such as land, or intangible, such as patents, copyrights, etc.  
2      (Law)   the right to possess, use, and dispose of anything  
3    possessions collectively or the fact of owning possessions of value  
a    a piece of land or real estate, esp. used for agricultural purposes  
b    (as modifier)  
property rights     
5      (Chiefly Austral)   a ranch or station, esp. a small one  
6    a quality, attribute, or distinctive feature of anything, esp. a characteristic attribute such as the density or strength of a material  
7      (Logic, obsolete)      another name for       proprium  
8    any movable object used on the set of a stage play or film,   (Usually shortened to)    prop  
     (C13: from Old French propriété, from Latin proprietas something personal, from proprius one's own)  

intellectual property  
      n   an intangible asset, such as a copyright or patent  
personal property  
      n     (Law)   movable property, such as furniture or money  
   Compare       real property     (Also called)    personalty  
private property  
      n   land or belongings owned by a person or group and kept for their exclusive use  
property bond  
      n   a bond issued by a life-assurance company, the premiums for which are invested in a property-owning fund  
property centre  
      n   a service for buying and selling property, including conveyancing, provided by a group of local solicitors,   (In full)    solicitors property centre  
property man  
      n   a member of the stage crew in charge of the stage properties,   (Usually shortened to)    propman  
real property  
      n   immovable property, esp. land and buildings, including proprietary rights over land, such as mineral rights  
   Compare       personal property     (Also called)    real estate  
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Online or digital asset or value in cyberspace is simply call virtual property.
[Tech.];[Leg.] online digital assets
the virtual ownership of digital assets in cyberspace
valuable virtual or digital assets in cyberspace
Norme d'accès facile aux biens immobiliers.
innovation paradigm that assumes firms should use external ideas and/or external paths to market in their innovation process
[Tech.];[Bus.] word coined by Henry Chesbrough, who opposes this paradigm to the closed innovation one, where all the innovation process happens within the borders of the firm.
Cybertort is a willful act done by a person on internet that may cause legal injuries to virtual identity or virtual property of a person in cyberspace
[Leg.];[Tech.] cyber defamation is Cybertort
legal exclusive right of a person in pure virtual property which he can dispose of with its free will.
the act of changing the ownership of a virtual property from one person to another
à l'hotel priser, au marché vendre
bon marché vide le panier mais n'emplit pas la bourse
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