Article 226. Movable things that the owner refused.

1. Movable things abandoned by the owner or otherwise left by him in order to renounce the right of ownership to them (abandoned things) may be turned by other persons into their property in the manner provided for by paragraph 2 of this article. 2. A person who owns, owns or uses a land plot, a water body or another object where an abandoned thing is located, the cost of which is clearly lower than the amount corresponding to a fivefold minimum wage, or abandoned scrap of metals, defective products, alloy fuels , dumps and plums generated during the extraction of minerals, production waste and other waste, has the right to turn these things into their own property, having started their use or having performed other actions testifying to handling things in the property. Other abandoned things shall come into the ownership of the person who has taken possession of them, if, on the application of this person, they are recognized by the court as ownerless.

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References to other articles of chapter 14. Acquisition of title:
Article 218. Grounds for the acquisition of property rights.
Article 219. The emergence of ownership of the newly created real estate.
Article 220. Recycling.
Article 221. Appeal to the property of the public to collect things.
Article 222. Unauthorized construction.
Article 223. The moment of occurrence of the right of ownership of the acquirer under the contract.
Article 224. Transfer of things.
Article 225. Ownerless Things
Article 227. Find.
Article 228. The acquisition of ownership of the find.
Article 229. Reimbursement of expenses related to the discovery and reward to the finder of the thing.
Article 230. Stray animals.
Article 231. Acquisition of ownership rights to stray animals.
Article 232. Reimbursement of expenses for the maintenance of neglected animals and remuneration for them.
Article 233. Treasure.
Article 234. Acquisition of prescription.