Article 230. Stray animals.
1. A person who detained a neglected or live-in cattle or other neglected domestic animals must return them to the owner, and if the owner of the animals or his place of residence is unknown, no later than three days after the detention, report the detected animals to the police or local government take measures to find the owner. 2. At the time of searching for the owner of the animals, they can be left by the person who detained them, on their maintenance and use, or handed over to the maintenance and use of another person who has the necessary conditions for this. At the request of the person who detained stray animals, the search for a person who has the necessary conditions for their maintenance, and the transfer of the animals to him are carried out by the police or local government. 3. A person who detained stray animals and the person to whom they have been transferred for maintenance and use are obliged to maintain them properly and, if they are guilty, are responsible for the death and damage of animals within their value.
References to other articles of chapter 14. Acquisition of title: