Article 288. Ownership of a dwelling.
1. The owner shall exercise the rights of possession, use and disposal of the living quarters belonging to him in accordance with his purpose. 2. Residential premises are intended for citizens. Citizen - the owner of the dwelling can use it for personal residence and residence of members of his family. Residential premises may be surrendered by their owners for residence on the basis of an agreement 3. Placement of industrial production in residential buildings is not allowed. Accommodation by the owner in the residential premises belonging to him of enterprises, institutions, organizations is allowed only after the transfer of such premises to non-residential. The transfer of premises from residential to non-residential is carried out in the manner determined by housing legislation.
References to other articles of chapter 18. Ownership and other real rights to residential premises: