Could property be a "process right?" "Property" does denote, among other things, a class or cluster of legal rights. In appropriate contexts, it plainly means a class or cluster of constitutional rights. But could the constitutional right of property possibly be a "process," as opposed to a "substantive," right?
Frank I. Michelman,
Process and Property in Constitutional Theory,
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