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The rights and obligations that go with property ownership are important issues in any country trying to control its housing stock, resolve a housing crisis or create a functioning system. The concept of ownership is not clear cut: there is common ownership, as seen on the pampas and prairies, and in the outback; shared ownership, in India and China; temporal ownership, in medieval France and now Catalonia; and subservient ownership, where the Earth belongs only to its creator.
Sirr. L. (2016) To tackle the housing crisis, we need to talk about ownership. The Sunday Times 17.07.2016. doi:10.21427/82pr-ry60