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Object Of Rights

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This chapter on the object of rights contains sixteen articles concerning the definition of thing, definition of immovable property, definition of movable property, important component, principal thing and accessory, temporary attachment, temporarily attached thing to the immovable property, fungible thing and non-fungible thing, substitutable thing and non-substitutable thing, specific thing and non-specific thing, consumable thing and non-consumable thing, divisible thing and indivisible thing, single thing, combination and aggregation, fruits, acquisition of fruits and the animals. Immovable property refers to a thing that is not movable according to its nature or the law, including land, anything attached to land, any natural benefits that arise from and do not separate from land, and a thing attached to the land permanently by nature or human force and cannot be separated. Movable property refers to things that are not immovable property.

Keywords: immovable property; movable property; object of rights



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