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Yes, this makes sense.
The PropertyObserver constructor attaches to the current value (this.SelectedJobAssignment) of the passed property.
It does not automatically track if that property itself changes. (I.e., it doesn't notice if this.SelectedJobAssignment changes)
The registration tracks if the referenced property of that value changes. (I.e., it only notices if this.SelectedJobAssignment.PhaseStart changes)
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