Article 229. Reimbursement of expenses related to the discovery and reward to the finder of the thing.
1. The finder and returning the thing to the person entitled to receive it has the right to receive from this person, and in cases of transferring things into municipal property, from the relevant local authority reimbursement of necessary expenses related to storage, delivery or sale of the thing, as well as costs for detection of the person entitled to receive the item. 2. The finder of the thing shall have the right to demand from the person authorized to receive the thing a reward for the discovery in the amount of up to twenty percent of the value of the thing. If the item found is of value only to the person entitled to receive it, the amount of remuneration is determined by agreement with that person. The right to remuneration does not arise if the finder of the thing did not declare the find or tried to conceal it.
References to other articles of chapter 14. Acquisition of title: