The old saying of your rights end when they violate mine is true for every right that has ever existed. This means you are free to do whatever you want as long as it doesn't interfere with the rights of others. The same can be said of a person's property rights such as the rights over money, land, and their own means to earn a living. When one person owns something they have certain rights over that piece of property that have been transferred from another person. A person can do whatever with these rights over that property as long as it does not interfere with the rights of others over their own property (Ex. A person who owns uranium can't dump it on another person's backyard without their permission). This makes every bit of property in existence controlled by the individuals within the society for that person's own unique wishes. This creates chaos as every material object in existence goes in a thousand different directions but the limits over one's own property rights are the same limits on any other right and that is your rights end when they violate mine. In this case the property rights of one end when they violate the property rights of another which means the property belonging to one person is not subject to the control of another since their rights to property end at the "property line" itself. This old liberal idea of the end and beginning of a person's rights means that the use of property is not determined by the government (or community) but by the individuals themselves which means the individual retains the means of production for whatever purpose they see fit.