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This chapter on Ownership contains several articles concerning general provisions, ownership of land, condominium ownership of buildings, relationship with neighboring immovable property, ownership of movable property and co-ownership. Ownership means, within the scope of regulations and laws, the right to deal with the subject matter of ownership at the owner's discretion and exclude others from any intervention. The state shall own the urban land in the city as indicated by the Constitution and other laws. The ownership of the state-owned land is executed by the State Council. Condominium ownership of building means several persons share one building, and each one has the ownership of a particular part and each proportionally owns the common areas and annexes of the building, unless there is an additional agreement. The owner or user of immovable property shall not install a roof, mechanism or any other structure that discharges rainwater directly onto neighboring land.

Keywords: condominium ownership; immovable property; movable property



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