Protected Entitlements of Children
This chapter examines the right to property, or protected entitlements of children. It discusses the changing concept of property; the concept of property for children; further refinement of property in the school setting; and cases arising in the school or education context. It also presents two cases to illustrate how the use of litigation to resolve disputes involving an institution, such as the school or the family, might cause irreparable harm to the institution itself.
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