Article 271. The right to use the land plot by the property owner.
1. The owner of a building, structure or other real estate located on a land plot owned by another person shall have the right to use the part of the land plot provided by such a person under this property. Unless otherwise provided by law, the decision to grant state or municipal ownership, or the contract, the owner of a building or structure has the right to permanently use a part of the land plot (articles 268-270) on which this real estate is located. 2. When transferring ownership of a property located on a foreign land plot to another person, it acquires the right to use the relevant part of the land plot under the same conditions and in the same amount as the previous owner of the property. The transfer of ownership of the land is not the basis for the termination or change of the right to use this land plot belonging to the property owner. 3. The owner of the property located on another land plot has the right to own, use and dispose of this property at its discretion, including demolishing the relevant buildings and structures, insofar as this does not contradict the conditions of use of this site established by law or contract.
References to other articles of chapter 17. Ownership and other real rights to land: