Write briefly about propriety rights and personal rights.

[Jurisprudence]
Propriety Rights are the elements of the wealth of a man. The propriety rights of a person include his estate, his assets and his property in many forms. Propriety rights have some economic or monetary value. Examples of propriety rights are the right to debt, the right to goodwill, the right to patent, etc. Personal rights are merely juridical in his well-being. The sum total of a man’s personal rights constitutes his status and personal condition. The distinction between the two rights lies in the fact that propriety rights are valuable but personal rights are not valuable. Propriety rights possess not merely juridical but also economic importance.

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