Article 255. Claim on share in common property.

A lender of a participant in common or joint ownership, if the owner of other property is insufficient, has the right to file a claim for separation of the debtor’s share in the common property for recourse to it. If in such cases it is not possible to allocate a share in kind or the remaining participants of shared or joint ownership object, the creditor is entitled to demand that the debtor sells his share to the remaining participants in common ownership at a price commensurate with the market value of this share, with the proceeds from the sale of the debt repaying. In the event of the refusal of the remaining participants in common property to acquire the debtor’s share, the creditor is entitled to demand that the court seize the debtor’s share in the common property right by selling this share at public auction.

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References to other articles of chapter 16. Shared ownership:
Article 244. The concept and grounds for the emergence of common property.
Article 245. Determination of shares in the right of shared ownership.
Article 246. Disposition of property in common ownership.
Article 247. Possession and use of property in common ownership.
Article 248. The fruits, products and income from the use of property in common ownership.
Article 249. Expenditures for the maintenance of property in common ownership.
Article 250. Preemptive right of purchase.
Article 251. The moment of transfer of a share in the right of common ownership to the acquirer under the contract.
Article 252. The division of property in common ownership and the separation from it of a share.
Article 253. Possession, use and disposal of jointly owned property.
Article 254. The division of jointly owned property and the separation of a share from it.
Article 256. The common property of spouses.
Article 257. Property of a Peasant (Farm) Economy
Article 258. The division of property of a peasant (farm) economy.
Article 259. Property of an economic partnership or a peasant (farm) economy.