What is Best Method to Apply Business Rules to Properties in C# Class

I am attempting to write a new class that will be used by various users and other classes to display and save information. What would be the best way for these properties, which can be entered, calculated, and displayed to be accessed within a centralized C# class with rules on a specific business? I was looking for the easiest method to access them as other developers will be using the same code in the future. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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IceBird26Commented:
You could use a static class that contains properties and methods which could be used without creating an instance of that class. An example:

public static class Global
{
    public const double Pie = 3.14159265;                           //Constant
    public static string ConnectionString = string.Empty;      //Property

    public static int AddNumbers(int x, int y)
    {
        return x + y;
    }
}


To use:

      static void Main()
      {
          int radius = 2;
          double circleArea = Global.Pie * radius * radius;

          Global.ConnectionString = "userid=jsmith; pwd=12345; server=Blueberry";
          MakeSQLConnection(Global.ConnectionString);

          int myTotal = Global.AddNumbers(5, 10);  
      }
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