Article 46. Consequences of the appearance of a citizen declared dead.
1. In the event of the appearance or discovery of the place of stay of a citizen declared dead, the court shall annul the decision declaring him dead. 2. Regardless of the time of his appearance, a citizen may demand from any person the return of the remaining property, which has been transferred to this person without compensation after the citizen is declared dead, except as provided for in paragraph 3 of Article 302 of this Code. Persons to whom the property of a citizen declared dead has passed under compensated transactions are obliged to return this property to him if it is proved that when they acquired the property they knew that the citizen declared dead was alive. If it is impossible to return such property in kind, its value is reimbursed.
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