Article 209. Content of the right of ownership.
1. The owner owns the rights to possess, use and dispose of his property. 2. The owner has the right, at his own discretion, to perform with respect to the property belonging to him any actions that do not contradict the law and other legal acts and do not violate the rights and interests of other persons protected by law, including alienating their property into the ownership of other persons, transferring them, while remaining the owner , the right to own, use and dispose of property, to pledge property and encumber it in other ways, to dispose of it in another way. 3. The possession, use and disposal of land and other natural resources, to the extent that their circulation is permitted by law (Article 129), is carried out by their owner freely, unless it damages the environment and does not violate the rights and legitimate interests of others. 4. The owner may transfer his property to the trust management of another person (trust manager). The transfer of property in trust management does not entail the transfer of the right of ownership to the trustee, who is obliged to carry out property management in the interests of the owner or the third party specified by him.
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