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The Supreme Court has said that right to property is a constitutional and a human right which a person cannot be deprived of except in cases where the statute provides for the same. “Right of property, although no longer a fundamental right, is still a constitutional right. It is also a human right. In the absence of any provision either expressly or by necessary implication, depriving a person therefrom, the court shall not construe a provision leaning in favour of such deprivation,” the apex court observed. The apex court passed the ruling while dismissing an appeal filed by the Karnataka State Financial Corporation challenging a state high court order.

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