Article 8. Grounds for the emergence of civil rights and obligations.
1. Civil rights and obligations arise from the grounds provided by law and other legal acts, as well as from the actions of citizens and legal entities, which, although not provided for by law or by such acts, by virtue of the general principles and meaning of civil law, give rise to civil rights and obligations . In accordance with this, civil rights and obligations arise: 1) from contracts and other transactions stipulated by law, as well as from contracts and other transactions, although not provided by law, but not contradicting it; 2) from acts of state bodies and bodies of local self-government, which are provided by law as the basis for the emergence of civil rights and obligations; 3) from a court decision establishing civil rights and obligations; 4) as a result of the acquisition of property on the grounds allowed by law; 5) as a result of the creation of works of science, literature, art, inventions and other results of intellectual activity; 6) as a result of causing harm to another person; 7) due to unjust enrichment; 8) as a result of other actions of citizens and legal entities; 9) as a result of events with which the law or other legal act associates the occurrence of civil law consequences. 2. The rights to property subject to state registration arise from the moment of registration of the corresponding rights to it, unless otherwise provided by law.
References to other articles of chapter 2. The emergence of civil rights and obligations, the exercise and protection of civil rights: