Article 132. Enterprise.
1. An enterprise as an object of rights shall be recognized as a property complex used for carrying out entrepreneurial activity. The enterprise as a whole as a property complex is recognized as real estate. 2. The enterprise as a whole or its part may be the object of sale, pledge, lease and other transactions related to the establishment, change and termination of real rights. The enterprise as a property complex includes all types of property intended for its activities, including land, buildings, structures, equipment, inventory, raw materials, products, rights of claim, debts, as well as rights to designations, individualizing the enterprise, its products, works and services (brand name, trademarks, service marks), and other exclusive rights, unless otherwise provided by law or contract.
References to other articles of chapter 6. General provisions: