The common law has long recognised the right to peaceful enjoyment of property as a fundamental right1. This includes the right against arbitrary interference with2, and unlawful deprivation of3, property. More generally, property rights are extensively protected under both civil and criminal law, specifically the law of property4 (including intellectual property5), equity6, tort7, and various property offences including conversion
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