Liberalism and Property in Colombia: Property as a Right and Property as a Social Function, by Daniel Bonilla, Universidad de los Andes School of Law, appeared in the Fordham Law Review, 80 (2011): 1135-70.
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Liberalism has determined the structure of the property law regime in Colombia. A genealogical analysis of the legal forms of the recent past that define and regulate property provides evidence of three key periods in the creation and consolidation of the right to property in the country. These three moments revolve around different forms of interpreting and balancing three fundamental values in the liberal canon: autonomy, equality, and solidarity.