On the Nature of Rights, Old Footnotes, a Letter from Rabka, and a Treasure the Old Woman Told About

Polemics with the view that the right to the grave is always only a property right has led the author to pay attention to the phenomenon of private rights. Probably all private rights to goods are both of proprietary and non-proprietary character, certainly in various proportions. Moreover, an attempt to define the nature of goods as only property or only non-property seems unreliable. The article also reminds about the role of footnotes as a place of valuable digressions, complementing polemics, sometimes invaluable pieces of information. Areas of research on law, regarding post mortem situations, are rarely of interest to scholars.

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