This research review provides thought-provoking discussion of the most influential papers in the field of comparative property law. The papers discussed have played an essential role in shaping property law discourse on both a national and global level. The review carefully examines different concepts and aspects of property, including theoretical approaches and comparative perspectives, followed by a series of key constitutional questions. This structure offers the reader the opportunity to trace the evolution of comparative property law through the global legal community. Students, teachers and practitioners will find this analysis both a fascinating read and a helpful tool in thoroughly understanding the central, yet profoundly puzzling topic of comparative property law.