Article 293. Termination of the right of ownership to the homeless contents of residential premises.
If the owner of the dwelling uses it not for the intended purpose, systematically violates the rights and interests of neighbors or handles housing without any management, allowing its destruction, the local government can warn the owner about the need to eliminate the violations, and if they entail the destruction of the premises, room repair. If, after warning, the owner continues to violate the rights and interests of neighbors or does not use the residential premises for any purpose or does not make necessary repairs without good reason, the court may decide to sell such residential premises at public auction and pay the proceeds to the owner. minus the cost of enforcement of the judgment.
References to other articles of chapter 18. Ownership and other real rights to residential premises: