Do you have exclusive right to control access to your home haymarket?Ownership is the exclusive right to use and control a particular thing.
How about your person?
Would you agree that both of those are true? If you explore ownership you will find it all fits under this same umbrella. Even in collective societies those outside of that group can not use that property. However, in this case you wish to say there is a weird exception to the rule where the owner of the property does not have control of access, but instead some other person that has no claim of ownership can enter his property against his will. Tell me, how does property work in nature? Does someone have to show aggression towards the owner to use the property against his will? The answer is yes, and its really no different with this law here, or even in society as a whole. So tell me Haymarket, how is aggression towards property justified? How is this law not a violation of property rights? It's clearly a law that goes against the very nature of how property works, so there is little doubt its a violation of property rights.