‘Adverse Possession and Destroying your Property’: Steven Gallagher and Michael Lower (online), 16 March 2022

An incidence of property ownership is the right to destroy property, at least without affecting the rights of others and within any laws affecting this property. For example, in 2013, the owner of the Hong Kong property known as Ho Tung Gardens, had the house demolished in the face of public and government objection. This short discussion will consider the right to destroy property, especially ‘special’ property, such as art, and whether an artist may destroy property to create art … (more, registration)

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