The bundle of rights is a common way to explain the complexities of property ownership. Teachers often use this concept as a way to organize confusing and sometimes contradictory data about real estate. The bundle of rights is commonly taught in US first-year law school property classes to explain how a property can simultaneously be “owned” by multiple parties. The term, “bundle of rights,” likely came into use during the late 19th century and continued to gain ground thereafter.
Bundle of rights