Article 303. Calculations when returning property from illegal possession.
When reclaiming property from someone else’s unlawful possession, the owner is also entitled to demand from a person who knew or should have known that his possession is illegal (unfair owner) to return or reimburse all income that this person recovered or should have recovered during the entire time of possession; from the bona fide owner of the return or refund of all the income that he extracted or should have recovered from the time when he learned or should have learned about the illegality of ownership or received a subpoena on the claim of the owner for the return of the property. The owner, both conscientious and dishonest, in turn has the right to demand from the owner compensation for the necessary expenses incurred by the property from the time from which the owner owes income from the property. The bona fide owner has the right to reserve the improvements made by him if they can be separated without damaging the property. If such a separation of improvements is not possible, the bona fide owner has the right to demand compensation for the costs of the improvement, but not more than the amount of the increase in the value of the property.
References to other articles of chapter 20. Protection of property rights and other real rights: