Article 274. The right of limited use of another's land plot (servitude).

1. The owner of real estate (land, other real estate) shall have the right to require from the owner of a neighboring land plot, and in necessary cases from the owner of another land plot (neighboring site) to grant the right of limited use of the neighboring site (servitude). The servitude can be installed to provide passage and passage through the neighboring land plot, laying and operation of power lines, communications and pipelines, water supply and melioration, as well as other needs of the owner of real estate, which cannot be provided without establishing a servitude. 2. Charging the land with a servitude does not deprive the owner of the land plot of the rights to own, use and dispose of this land. 3. A servitude is established by agreement between the person demanding the establishment of a servitude and the owner of a neighboring plot and is subject to registration in the manner established for registering rights to immovable property. In case of failure to reach an agreement on the establishment or terms of the servitude, the dispute is resolved by the court at the suit of the person demanding the establishment of the servitude. 4. On the conditions and in the manner provided by paragraphs 1 and 3 of this article, a servitude may also be established in the interests and at the request of the person to whom the parcel is granted on the right of lifelong inheritable possession or the right of permanent use. 5. The owner of the site, burdened with a servitude, has the right, unless otherwise provided by law, to demand from the persons in whose interests a servitude is established, a commensurate fee for using the site.

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References to other articles of chapter 17. Ownership and other real rights to land:
Article 260. General provisions on land ownership.
Article 261. Land as an object of ownership.
Article 262. Plots of public use. Access to the land.
Article 263. Land Development
Article 264. Land rights of persons who are not owners of land plots.
Article 265. Grounds for the acquisition of the right to lifelong inheritable possession of a land plot.
Article 266. Possession and use of a land plot on the right of lifelong inheritable possession.
Article 267. Disposal of land in inheritance for life.
Article 268. Grounds for acquiring the right of permanent (perpetual) use of a land plot.
Article 269. Possession and use of land on the basis of permanent use.
Article 270. Abolished ..
Article 271. The right to use the land plot by the property owner.
Article 272. Consequences of loss by the property owner of the right to use a land plot.
Article 273. Transfer of the right to a land plot in case of alienation of buildings or structures located on it.
Article 275. Preservation of servitude in case of transfer of rights to a land plot.
Article 276. Termination of servitude.
Article 277. Encumbrance with servitude of buildings and structures.
Article 278. Recovery of land.
Article 279. Redemption of land for state and municipal needs.
Article 280. The rights of the owner of the land plot to be seized for state or municipal needs.
Article 281. Redemption price of a land plot seized for state or municipal needs.
Article 282. Redemption of a land plot for state or municipal needs by a court decision.
Article 283. Termination of the rights of possession and use of a land plot upon its withdrawal for state or municipal needs.
Article 284. Withdrawal of a land plot that is not used in accordance with its purpose.
Article 285. Withdrawal of a land plot used in violation of the law.
Article 286. The procedure for the seizure of land due to its improper use.
Article 287. Termination of rights to land owned by persons who are not its owners.