Property Rights Through the Courts

The recognition of property rights through the courts – this is the procedure for obtaining property rights to which recourse citizens and legal persons in case all other means of obtaining property rights have been exhausted. Recognition property rights through the courts can be made in a number of cases of economic practice. We consider these cases in detail. Fairly common case is when a claim for recognition of property rights to the apartment served shareholders in new construction. This is due to those cases where developers have long time did not make out the ownership of the apartment for whatever reasons, mostly related to the harmonization with government agencies. The recognition of property rights to the apartment through the courts is an effective way to obtain property rights in such circumstances.

Another case of recognition of the right property through the court case is the recognition of property rights in connection with the prescription. These are the cases where a person owns the property is open for many years – for real estate for 15 years, for personal – 5 years others do not claim their rights to it, then the ownership may be considered for such a person. Are also common complaints for the recognition of property rights through the courts in cases where citizens are denied privatization of the apartment. The only option in this case is the recognition of ownership of the premises through the courts. In the privatization procedure also can be recognized right of ownership through the courts, for example, in the case death of a person had time to apply for privatization, but not dooformivshego it through. Frequent litigation against the estate. In such inheritance disputes tend to combine several lawsuits requirements, such as the inclusion of property in the succession mass and recognition of property rights through the courts for it. Thus, we examined a number of cases recognizing the right to own property through the courts. However, it is not exhaustive, and there are many other cases where ownership is recognized by the court.