Of course not everyone who 'owns' the land his/her house sits upon is a monarch. But that is not the issue I have with Hoppe. He advocates for a select elite to control territories and shape society to their elitist vision. See the following quote:Houses typically sit upon a piece of land.Every person who owns a piece of land is not a monarch.
"In every society, a few individuals acquire the status of an elite through talent. Due to superior achievements of wealth, wisdom, and bravery, these individuals come to possess natural authority, and their opinions and judgments enjoy wide-spread respect. Moreover, because of selective mating, marriage, and the laws of civil and genetic inheritance, positions of natural authority are likely to be passed on within a few noble families. It is to the heads of these families with long-established records of superior achievement, farsightedness, and exemplary personal conduct that men turn with their conflicts and complaints against each other." ~ Hans Hermann Hoppe
Of course, Hoppe ignores the fact that this has essentially already happened when we transitioned from hunter-gatherer societies to States. But hey, as long as they're "private" states its all good and 'libertarian!'
Also, anyone who disagrees would be "physically removed" whatever that means:
"There can be no tolerance toward democrats ... in a libertarian social order. They will have to be physically separated and removed from society." ~ Hoppe
"There can be no tolerance toward those habitually promoting lifestyles incompatible with this goal. They-the advocates of alternative, non-family-centered lifestyles such as, for instance, individual hedonism, parasitism, nature-environment worship, homosexuality, or communism-will have to be physically removed from society, too, if one is to maintain a libertarian order." ~ Hoppe
He certainly favors it over democracies/republics:Again, I think you're making up definitions, and then using your made up definition to claim that Hoppe favors monarchy. He doesn't.
He wants a select few elites to appropriate the land, control societies, and pass on authority to their descendents. How is that not monarchy?He proposes a government that legally protects people and the goods they own from invasion by others. That is not a monarchy.