This should be in schools.
Technically, the property right is the decision-making power to do what you desire with it.
This is why it royally pisses me off to see others try to tell a person what to do with their own property (give it to charity being the most enraging). They’re literally claiming a right while taking the enriched person’s away, while pretending to do them a favour. Next they’ll want to charge for the privilege of hearing unsolicited wrong advice (where they bear no cost).