Article 935. Compulsory insurance.
1. The law may specify the persons indicated in it to insure: life, health or property of other persons defined in the law in case of harm to their life, health or property; the risk of their civil liability, which may occur as a result of causing harm to the life, health or property of other persons or violation of contracts with other persons. 2. The duty to insure one’s life or health cannot be assigned to a citizen by law. 3. In cases provided for by law or in accordance with the procedure established by it, legal entities that have state or municipal property under economic management or operational management may be obliged to insure this property. 4. In cases when the obligation of insurance does not arise from the law, but is based on a contract, including the obligation to insure property, on an agreement with the owner of the property or on the constituent documents of a legal entity that is the owner of the property, such insurance is not mandatory in the sense of this article and does not entail the consequences provided for in Article 937 of this Code.
References to other articles of chapter 48. Insurance: