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Lutzker, Susan J.
Lutzker & Lutzker
Author: Susan Lutzker

Published: February 24th, 2021

Rights to tangible religious property in the Indian legal system can be held and enforced by deities, who are considered juridical persons. Some cultural monuments and religious sites have become embroiled in a larger battle to reinterpret Indian history. The Indian practice is part of a broader concept of legal personhood, including environmental personhood, which holds promise for protecting indigenous intangible intellectual property.

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