In land use law, real property (the ownership of land) is considered a bundle of rights. Not only is there no singular, fixed definition of real property, but the relative importance of each of the property-related rights is actively debated.

Property as human rights
Grafton, Quentin. “Governance of the commons: A role for the state?” (2000) Land Economics 76(4):504-517.

The right housing, the right to the city itself
UN-HABITAT, 2009. The right to adequate housing. Read only to p. 28.
Harvey, David. 2003. “The right to the city.”