leedon green

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In economics and political economy, there are three broad forms of property:private property, public property, and collective property(also called cooperative property).
Property is any item that a person or a business has legal title over. Property can be tangible items, such as houses, cars, or appliances, or it can refer to intangible items that carry the promise of future worth, such as stock and bond certificates

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