Switzerland is the top country by property rights index in the world. As of 2021, property rights index in Switzerland was 8.1 score. The top 5 countries also includes Finland, New Zealand, Singapore, and Luxembourg.
The USA is leading the world in terms of protection of Intellectual Property Rights and Finland in terms of Physical Property Rights.
The three countries that achieved the highest property rights protections are Switzerland, Singapore, and New Zealand according to the 2021 International Property Rights Index.
Property rights index (0-100), 2022 - Country rankings:
The highest value was in Finland: 100 points and the lowest value was in Venezuela: 0 points. The indicator is available from 1995 to 2022. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.
Ownership rights are protected under Article 39 of The Property Law of the People's Republic of China, which gives the owner the right to possess, utilize, dispose of and obtain profits from the real property. However, this right has to comply with laws and social morality.
Things Russians can own
A Russian can use his wages to buy himself a house in town or a place in the country. He can buy as much in the way of furniture, clothes, books, and bric-a-brac as he can afford or—what is more important—can find in the shops.
USDA's latest data shows China owns over 191,000 acres of U.S. lands, but that was before a North Dakota land sale this Spring. A Chinese company, Fufeng Group, recently acquired 300 acres in North Dakota for $2.6 million.
In the 2022 index, New Zealand is ranked most free overall, while North Korea is last. Hong Kong was ranked most free in economic liberty, while Norway was ranked most free in the social liberty category.
China, Laos and Vietnam are Communist countries that do not allow personal ownership of property.
As you might expect, Nordic nations and Anglosphere jurisdictions dominate, along with a smattering of other European countries. … the top 15 countries for this year's IPRI edition. Finland leads the 2018 IPRI (8.6924)…
Generally, only residents and citizens can buy residential property in New Zealand, but there are some exceptions.
Intellectual property rights (IPR) refers to the legal rights given to the inventor or creator to protect his invention or creation for a certain period of time.  These legal rights confer an exclusive right to the inventor/creator or his assignee to fully utilize his invention/creation for a given period of time.
The International Property Rights Index, IPRI, is a measure created to offer a comprehensive insight into the status of property rights in the world's nations. Created in 2007 by the Property Rights Alliance (PRA), they instituted the Hernando de Soto Fellowship to produce its yearly edition.
Denmark, Norway, and Finland topped the WJP Rule of Law Index rankings in 2020.
Argentina retains its #1 ranking as the most complex jurisdiction. Indonesia ranks #2 with Colombia and the United Arab Emirates following closely behind at #3 and #4 respectively.
The US and Canada are both rather abysmally ranked out of the top ten. The lowest ranking countries with the worst judicial systems are Venezuela, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Egypt, and Cameroon.
LIECHTENSTEIN In Liechtenstein, there are no property taxes, but notional income on the net value of the property is subject to income tax. For corporations, there is no real estate tax either.
Foreigners can own property in Mexico. It's perfectly legal. Outside the restricted zones—50 kilometers (about 31 miles) from shorelines and 100 kilometers (about 62 miles) from international borders—foreigners can hold direct deed to property with the same rights and responsibilities as Mexican nationals.
Honest Country In The World.
Selected countries rank as follows: Japan (11), the United Kingdom and the United States (tied in 17th place), Taiwan (19), South Korea (26), Chile (30), France (33), South Africa (68), Argentina (70), Mexico (86), Brazil (88), Kenya (93), India (111), Russia (115), Turkey (119), China (129), Saudi Arabia (151), Egypt ...
The largest landowners in the United States are the Emmerson Family, John Malone, the Reed Family, Ted Turner, and the Kroenke Ranch. The Emmerson Family is the largest landowner with 2.3 million acres of land across California, Washington state, and Oregon.
Get ready for this statistic – China owns 981 billion dollars in U.S debt. That means we owe China nearly a trillion dollars!