real estate in the force of law

Definition of Real Estate: Theory and Practice

Introduction. It would seem that the legislative definition of immovable property, enshrined in Art. 130 of the Civil Code, simple and clear. It legislator have criteria by which it can be identified and outlined a short list of real estate. However, you understand in more detail in theory, a lot of questions, and even in practice very often taken out different solutions. Theoretical analysis. This article examines the doctrinal and practical problems arising in the interpretation and the designation of a property to the real estate, and offers some options out of the situation. In this study, using methods such as analysis, synthesis, comparativelegal. Conclutions. The result of the study is to identify the need to revise the current legislative definition of immovable property.