Article 302. Reclamation of property from a bona fide purchaser.
1. If the property is purchased for consideration from a person who did not have the right to alienate it, which the acquirer did not know and could not know (a bona fide purchaser), then the owner has the right to reclaim this property from the acquirer in the event that the property is lost by the owner or the person to whom the property It was transferred by the owner into possession, or stolen from one or the other, or dropped out of their possession by any other means besides their will. 2. If the property is acquired free of charge from a person who did not have the right to alienate it, the owner shall have the right to reclaim the property in all cases. 3. Money, as well as bearer securities may not be demanded from a bona fide purchaser.
References to other articles of chapter 20. Protection of property rights and other real rights: