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Property is the ownership of land, resources, improvements or other tangible objects, or intellectual property.
Property may also refer to:
Philosophy and science
- Property (philosophy), in philosophy, mathematics, and logic, an abstraction characterizing an object
- Property (metaphysics), intrinsic or extrinsic qualities of an object
- Material properties, properties by which the benefits of one material versus another can be assessed
- Chemical property, a material's properties that becomes evident during a chemical reaction
- Physical property, any property that is measurable whose value describes a state of a physical system
- Thermodynamic properties, in thermodynamics and materials science, intensive and extensive physical properties of substances
- Mental properties, a property of the mind studied by many sciences and parasciences
- Property (programming), a type of class member in object-oriented programming
- .properties, a Java Properties File to store program settings as name-value pairs
- Window property, data associated to a window in the X Window System
- Property of a Resource Description Framework class, possessing a value domain and range
Law and politics
- Real property, a piece of land defined by boundaries to which ownership is usually ascribed, including any improvements on this land
- Property rights (economics), a discussion of the role of property in economic theory
- Property type (National Register of Historic Places), a site designated and classified by its type on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places
- Property (novel), a novel by Valerie Martin
- Theatrical properties (usually known as a "prop"), any object used or touched by a performer
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