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Perhaps different

Perhaps different questions:

Presuming ownership is merely a bundle of rights possessed by an entity to exclude the use of a thing ...

Who or what type of entity can possess a bundle of rights to exclude?

What things can be excluded from use?

How is exclusion possession justly acquired?

What constitutes evidence of exclusion possession?