Article 262. Plots of public use. Access to the land.
1. Citizens have the right freely, without any permits, to be on land plots in state or municipal ownership not closed to public access, and to use the natural objects existing in these plots to the extent permitted by law and other legal acts, and also corresponding land plot. 2. If the land plot is not fenced or its owner has not clearly indicated in any other way that entry to the plot without his permission is not allowed, any person may pass through the plot provided that it does not cause damage or disturbance to the owner.
References to other articles of chapter 17. Ownership and other real rights to land: