Could you use to in this sense?- "Property 'to' men" or does it have to be "Property 'of' men"
The property belongs to David.
The property of David has been donated to an orphanage
The property of John has been increasing by leaps and bounds
The first sentence means David owns the property.
The second sentence means David's property has been donated.
Third sentence means John's property is increasing.
You can use to or of based on the context.