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B957 - Property Definition Bill watch

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    Nay, highly illiberal and if it's economically illiberal it isn't for me. Why shouldn't private property owners have the right to dispose of assets?
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Would anybody like to propose we give the ho!e secretary the ability to start genocide via delegated legislation?

    This is much like that would be, a piece of legislation to enable a specific small group to perform some rather severe actions without passing an act of parliament, admittedly that they probably could pass in the situation, but would otherwise be unused.

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    A tad extreme an example, don't you think?
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    A tad extreme an example, don't you think?
    Go big or go home, or are you swinging even further left than I thought?

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    Aye, seems like a sensible bill.
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    There is no limitation on the use of the power, correct, but that doesn't mean there is no important distinction - or else you would be arguing that this Bill should be regarded in much the same way as a Bill banning transfers of private property altogether.



    No, this grants a power to the SoS to restrict transfers of property as well.



    These are just two of the many beneficial uses this power could have.
    Oh OK

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    (Original post by thehistorybore)
    Nay, highly illiberal and if it's economically illiberal it isn't for me. Why shouldn't private property owners have the right to dispose of assets?
    Hear hear!!
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Go big or go home, or are you swinging even further left than I thought?

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    Don't you worry, this bill is abhorrent to me.
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    Anything which changes title to the property is a disposal.
    Ok i think i understand that this bill does , from what i'm reading this bill changes the legal definition of " Property " and gives the home secretary more powers ?
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Ok i think i understand that this bill does , from what i'm reading this bill changes the legal definition of " Property " and gives the home secretary more powers ?
    Basically, yes.

    I'm going to be honest with you: there is no way in hell that you should vote for this, it's completely against what you believe in.
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Ok i think i understand that this bill does , from what i'm reading this bill changes the legal definition of " Property " and gives the home secretary more powers ?
    It would allow the Socialists in government to use the royal prerogative to do horrible things to property rights. As a capitalist, this bill should offend you to your very core.

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    Basically, yes.

    I'm going to be honest with you: there is no way in hell that you should vote for this, it's completely against what you believe in.
    Such a lack of self interest. You socialists make me feel queezy.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    It would allow the Socialists in government to use the royal prerogative to do horrible things to property rights. As a capitalist, this bill should offend you to your very core.



    Such a lack of self interest. You socialists make me feel queezy.
    Of course it does ...i just wanted to make sure I had the " right end of the stick "
    As a capitalist myslef I will be voting Nay and I despise socialism more than anything
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