Article 213. The property right of citizens and legal entities.
1. The property of citizens and legal entities may be any property, except for certain types of property, which, in accordance with the law, may not belong to citizens or legal entities. 2. The number and value of property owned by citizens and legal entities are not limited, except when such restrictions are established by law for the purposes provided for in paragraph 2 of Article 1 of this Code. 3. Commercial and non-profit organizations, except state and municipal enterprises, as well as institutions financed by the owner, are the owners of the property transferred to them as contributions (contributions) by their founders (participants, members), as well as property acquired by these legal entities for other purposes. grounds. 4. Public and religious organizations (associations), charitable and other funds are the owners of the property acquired by them and can use it only to achieve the goals stipulated by their constituent documents. The founders (participants, members) of these organizations lose the right to property transferred by them to the ownership of the respective organization. In the event of the liquidation of such an organization, its property remaining after satisfaction of the claims of creditors is used for the purposes specified in its constituent documents.
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