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Ownership is a conventional right (property) that can be used for restricting others the posessing (use, interacting) with a thing.

Using ownership for restricting freedom of use is easy but unsocial. Using ownership for restricting unsocial use is also easy but social and is experienced with an additional carefulness for the owner himself (freedom maintenance responsability); and for the other allowed posessors (shared, gift).

Ownership types

The following are formalities used based on given conventional law:


Is the formal name for the Selfish, Donor, Leaser, Grantor, Renter, President, etc.

Rights: All

Duties: Some

Ownership, posession is what separe you from the universe.

Donor - Gifted

  • Donor:


Duties: Formally non promisory, informally sustainable requirement.

Leaser - Leasee

Promise of giving future time. giving his own more concret high level's values' to some Owner of it. (formally or informally)

  • Leaser

  • Leasee

(Shareful) Cases: [[]]

Renter - Rentee

Licensor - Licensee

Invitor - Invitee

Lender - borrower

Grantor - Grantee

Backing value

People can agree to equivale the value of the grant given to some other different kind of value. This is useful for:

You promised to grant someone with your house, and you say that you are also ready to give Hours in case you sold the house when the grant is needed

By default, if you don't include a backing value in this type of value sharing agreement, the $ is used.

Non formal granting

Not legal binding when enforcing but enough useful most of the times.

Trust - Trustee - Trusteeship
Recommendor - Recomendee
=Referencer - Referencee
Reputation - Meritocracy
Free Currency issuer - user

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