1.General Rule
a.The person who creates something through his labor and efforts has a right to exploit that creation commercially for profit.
i.In the absence of trademark or patent, the property rights that accrue with creation or invention do not generally extend beyond a right to protect the tangible personal property, i.e. the item involved, from infringement to intangible personal property, i.e. ideas
2.General Rule
a.Acquisition of property creates the right to include or exclude others from enjoying your property.
i.Governments can create rights that usurp the rights of property owners, i.e. State v. Shack.