I have often argued that the right to private property is conditional on having paid the taxes due to acquire that right of ownership, whether that tax was due directly in the course of its acquisition or indirectly to . In other words, the right to any property, whether it is an asset or an income stream is to own that asset net of the taxes due on acquiring or keeping it.
The following comes from the Protocol to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, which is part of the European Convention on Human Rights:
It would seem the ECHR entirely agrees with me. I am delighted to note this.