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Bundle of Rights:
A "bundle of rights" is a way to describe all the different things you can do with a property when you own it. It's like having a bunch of keys that let you do different things, like live in the house, rent it out, or sell it to someone else. These rights give you control over your property and help you make decisions about it.
For example, if you own a house, your bundle of rights might include the right to live in it, paint it, plant a garden, or rent it out to someone else. If you decide to sell the house, you pass those rights on to the new owner.
The bundle of rights are commonly known as these six rights.
1. The right to use and occupy the real property.
2. The right to sell it in part or in whole.
3. The right to leave it to someone (will), give it away etc. (bequeath)
4. The right to rent/lease it.
5. The right to transfer the property by contract.
6. The right to do nothing at all the property.
"Wit & Whimsy with the Dumb Ox: Unlocking Knowledge with Rhyme:"
When you own a property, be it big or small,
A bundle of rights is what you'll befall.
It's a handful of keys that unlock what you own,
Like the right to paint walls or plant seeds that are sown.
You can live in your house or rent it away,
These rights give you choices on what you may say.
And if one day you decide it's time to sell,
The rights will be passed on, and the new owner will dwell.
So remember, dear friend, when you own a place,
A bundle of rights gives you power and space.
To make choices and decisions, and do as you please,
For it's your property's rights, like a set of fine keys.