Article 346. Use and disposal of the subject of pledge.
1. The pledger shall have the right, unless otherwise provided by the contract and does not follow from the essence of the pledge, to use the subject of pledge in accordance with its purpose, including extracting from it fruits and incomes. 2. Unless otherwise provided by law or contract and does not follow from the essence of the pledge, the pledger is entitled to alienate the pledged item, transfer it to rent or use another person free of charge or otherwise dispose of it only with the consent of the pledgee. An agreement restricting the right of the pledger to bequeath the pledged property shall be null and void. 3. The pledge holder shall have the right to use the subject of the pledge transferred to him only in cases provided for by the contract, regularly submitting a report on use to the pledger. Under the contract, the pledgee may be charged with the obligation to extract the fruits and income from the subject of the pledge in order to repay the principal obligation or in the interests of the pledger.
References to other articles of chapter 23. Ensuring the fulfillment of obligations: