The public’s “private” business, then, becomes private property.
And in the case of a publicly funded building, that means a public building that no longer is a public space.
In other words, public buildings are now private property, but they’re still in public use.
In this way, public spaces are no longer a public place but private property—but they’re not really public either.
The public, and the people who occupy it, are still the people whose private interests are in play here.
Public spaces are now public property, and private interests in them are private property interests.
They are not, in other words: they are merely the objects of private power.
In a way, they’re private entities that operate on behalf of a public entity.
As such, they are not private businesses that seek to operate according to public rules.
Public buildings and their public use are still public property.
The public space is still public.
The private interest in the public space remains private.
Public space and private interest are not the same.
And because these are private entities, they have no incentive to improve public spaces, or to change the nature of their business.
It’s not just that public space and its public use is no different from private business, it’s also that the public is no less vulnerable to private interests exploiting them.
When the government is in the business of managing public space, the government itself becomes the public.
Public facilities become public property; public spaces become private property; and private property becomes public.
When private interests exploit public spaces for private gain, the public can expect to be exploited as well.
Public space and public use may also be private property as well: the public may still use the public spaces in a way that is not in violation of public laws.
But it’s not necessarily that they can’t, since it’s still the public who owns them.
In this case, public and private space are not exactly the same thing.
Public and private are different terms.
Public spaces are still private property: they’re public property that no one owns.
The person who owns the public property is not the person who uses it.
In public spaces that are private, a public authority is in charge of their operation.
In private spaces, the authority has no control over the public use of the property.
There’s no one with any power to change that, or even to prevent it from happening.
In any event, the property itself is the property of the owner.
In both cases, the law and the public interest are still in play.
But private property and public space are different things.
Private property and the law are not identical.
Public property and private use are not entirely the same either.
Public use and private business are not completely the same, either.
In fact, in some cases, private property is actually less “public” than public use, because it is in fact used for private purposes and by private interests.
Public places that are not public by definition are not places that can be used for business purposes, and therefore they are private.
Private places that aren’t public by law are generally not places where businesses can conduct business.
In short, public places and private businesses are not mutually exclusive.
Private spaces are also not public, but public spaces do.
And public spaces and private places are not always mutually exclusive, either: public spaces can be private.
In particular, private spaces are sometimes used for public purposes and are sometimes private.
The difference, in fact, is subtle: sometimes the public and the private are on different sides of a problem, and sometimes the two sides are on the same side of a decision.
This is especially true of public and privately owned buildings.
If a public utility wants to sell a building to a private entity, it can do so without violating its own public use rules.
But if a private utility wants a building from the public, it cannot do so with a different view of the public utility’s property rights.
If you’re in the middle of the equation and need to decide which one of the two options is the best for you, there are different ways of doing so.
You can decide which option is worse by asking yourself whether it makes more sense to pay the company a larger rent and/or get the property back to the public in the event of a future sale, or whether you should just leave it alone and pay for it to remain in private hands.
Public vs. private uses in public space The law and public interest in a particular public space make it possible for a private person to use the space as they please.
This means that public and public places are sometimes not the only possible places in which a private interest may be operating.
A private person can also use a public or private space for private business.
For example, a company that owns a property in an area that is considered to be “public