Article 131. State registration of real estate.

1. Ownership and other real rights to immovables, restrictions of these rights, their occurrence, transfer and termination are subject to state registration in the unified state register by the bodies that carry out state registration of rights to real estate and transactions with it. The following are subject to registration: the right of ownership, the right of economic management, the right of operational management, the right of lifelong inherited possession, the right of permanent use, mortgage, easements, and other rights in cases provided for by this Code and other laws. 2. In cases provided by law, along with state registration, special registration or registration of certain types of real estate may be carried out. 3. The body performing state registration of rights to real estate and transactions with it is obliged, at the request of the right holder, to certify the registration made by issuing a document on a registered right or transaction or making an inscription on the document submitted for registration. 4. The body performing state registration of rights to real estate and transactions with it is obliged to provide information on the registration made and the registered rights to any person. Information is provided in any body that registers real estate, regardless of the place of registration. 5. Refusal in state registration of the right to real estate or transactions with it or evasion of the relevant body from registration may be appealed in court. 6. The procedure for state registration and the grounds for refusal of registration shall be established in accordance with this Code by the law on registration of rights to real estate and transactions with it.

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References to other articles of chapter 6. General provisions:
Article 128. Types of objects of civil rights.
Article 129. The turnover of civil rights.
Article 130. Immovable and movable things.
Article 132. Enterprise.
Article 133. Indivisible things.
Article 134. Difficult things.
Article 135. Main thing and belonging.
Article 136. Fruits, produce and income.
Article 137. Animals.
Article 138. Intellectual property.
Article 139. Official and commercial secret.
Article 140. Money (currency).
Article 141. Currency values.