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Exclusion: 

"Exclusion" is one of the legal rights that come with owning a piece of property. It allows the owner to keep other people from entering or using their property. It's like having the power to say, "This is my place, and you can't come in without my permission!"

Example: 

For example, a homeowner has a fenced backyard. The exclusion right allows them to keep others from entering their yard or using it without their permission. If someone tries to enter without the homeowner's consent, they can ask that person to leave because they have the right of exclusion.

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"Wit & Whimsy with the Dumb Ox: Unlocking Knowledge with Rhyme:"

In the land of rights and land,
Exclusion stands, a power grand.
A part of what, the owners gain,
The right to keep their own domain.

A house, a yard, a space so fine,
The owner says, "This place is mine!"
Exclusion lets them hold the key,
To keep out those, who should not be.

If someone tries, to step inside,
The owner's rights, they can't abide.
Exclusion speaks, it has a say,
"You cannot use, or come this way."

So when you own, a place, a spot,
Exclusion's in the rights you've got.
To keep it safe, to keep it sound,
Exclusion's right, is yours, unbound.

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