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  can't move files to trash without any owner/permission issues

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Bug description:
  This is something that wouldn't happen before upgrading from Ubuntu
  14.10 / Nautilus 3.10 to Ubuntu 15.04 / Nautilus 3.14:

  I have a proper HOME partition and most User folders there (Documents,
  Downloads, Music, Pictures, Videos) are merely SYMLINKS to folders
  with the same names in a DATA partition which is mounted automatically
  at startup with proper options in fstab.

  Now -- unlike before -- when I attempt to delete an item in one of
  these folders after I open it via the SYMLINK I get the message "...
  can't be put in the trash. Do you want to delete it immediately?"
  although it is immediately moved to the Trash after I open the folder
  via the Data partition in the sidebar. (Naturally there are no such
  problems with items in other (real) items in my Home folder.

  Nautilus now seems confused about / not knowing where to move the item
  in question; to the Trash folder in the Home partition (symlink
  location) or the Data partition (real item location).

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