The expressed powers are the powers of the national government explicitly listed in the Constitution.
ownership of property is an example of reserved property.
The expressed powers are the powers of the national government explicitly listed in the Constitution. The purpose of expressed powers is to limit the national government by defining what it can do. These powers are also called delegated or enumerated powers
Reserved powers, residual powers, or residuary powers are the powers that are neither prohibited nor explicitly given by law to any organ of government. Such powers, as well as general power of competence, are given because it is impractical to detail in legislation every act allowed to be carried out by the state.