Transfer of property ownership
Receiving legal aid is one of the most important issues to ensure the sale, donation and inheritance of the item. The civil legislation sets out the relationship that changes during the alienation, depending on whether the item is movable or immovable.
Transfer of property ownership means the transfer of property from one person to another in the form of sale, donation and inheritance. Quality, volume, count, and other special qualities of the subject of the contract during the sale contracts may be indicated.
This is specifically important for the sale of goods that are the subject of the sale agreement, with the consent of the parties and on the goods in the interest of both parties. Indicators of the subject matter should be clearly defined to avoid potential disputes. This is one of the most important issues in the contract.
While gifting, at first sight, seems like a one-sided deal, it is, in fact, an issue that both parties must express. Thus, at the time of a gift, the other party also must accept the donated item. No matter how simple it may seem, mistakes made during the donation can cause the contract to be invalid.
The inheritance is understood as the division of the property of the deceased person among the heirs. The property of the deceased is either passed on to him by his own will or after the death of the deceased and the legal division of his property to his heirs is made. Conflicts between heirs during the inheritance division lead to the extension of the division process and subsequent litigation.
According to the Civil Code, only physical objects are items. Plants and animals are not items. Items can be movable and immovable. According to Article 136 of the Civil Code, "If items are not withdrawn or their circulation is restricted, inheritance can be freely alienated or transferred from one person to another".
Items are portable and are divided into two parts. Civil legislation includes land, land areas, separate water bodies, forests, perennial plantings, buildings, installations and other items that are tightly bound to the land as part of real estate. Land and items that are closely related to the land are a single immovable property and are a single property.
Anything that cannot be attached to real estate is considered movable. Requirements and rights that may be passed on to other persons or intended to give the owner the material benefit or the right to demand from other persons are intangible benefits. Relationships with respect to the intangible property (claims and rights) are governed by the provisions of the specific laws applicable to each of them.
Items can be divided and indivisible. Things that cannot be divisible without change or that cannot be divided according to law, are indivisible. Moving items, which are distinguished by their characteristics, usually in circulation, are determined by quantity, size or weight. Consumer goods are those which are intended to be consumed or alienated.
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