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Editura Universitara The main real rights

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Publisher: Universitară

Author: Mara Ioan, Ion Iorga, Ana-Maria-Adriana Babeanu-Macarescu

ISBN: 978-606-28-0850-1

DOI: 10.5682/9786062808501

Publisher year: 2018

Edition: I

Pages: 362

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Course for students from the specializations Public Order and Safety and Public Administration

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Chapter I. Heritage / 9

§ 1. The notion and structure of the patrimony / 9

§ 2. The legal characteristics of the patrimony / 14

2.1. Patrimony is a legal universality / 14

2.2. Every person has a patrimony / 16

2.3. The patrimony is unique / 17

2.4. The divisibility of the patrimony / 19

2.5. The inalienability of the patrimony by acts between

people in being / 24

§ 3. The functions of the patrimony / 25

3.1. The patrimony - the general guarantee of the creditors / 25

3.2. The real universal subrogation and with universal title / 29

3.3. Universal and universal transmission / 32

§ 4. Content of the patrimony / 33

4.1. Real rights and debt rights / 33

4.2. Intellectual creation rights of a patrimonial nature / 37

4.3. Real obligations / 37

§ 5. Self-assessment topics / 42

§ 6. Self-assessment tests / 42

Chapter II. Possession / 50

§ 1. The notion, elements and proof of possession / 50

§ 2. Acquisition and loss of possession / 54

§ 3. The vices of possession / 61

3.1. Discontinuity / 62

3.2. Violent / 63

3.3. Clandestine / 64

§ 4. The effects of possession / 64

4.1. Possession creates in favor of the possessor a presumption of the existence of the real right that is exercised / 66

4.2. Owner's shares / 67

4.3. The bona fide possessor acquires the fruits

possessed property / 75

§ 5. Self-assessment topics / 78

§ 6. Self-assessment tests / 78

Chapter III. Private property right / 87

§ 1. Preliminary clarifications / 87

§ 2. Regulation and notion / 88

§ 3. Legal characters of the private property right / 90

3.1. Absolute character / 90

3.2. Exclusive character / 91

3.3. Perpetual character / 92

§ 4. The content of the private property right / 93

4.1. Attribute of possession / 93

4.2. Attribute of use / 95

4.3. Mood attribute / 96

§ 5. The object and subjects of the private property right / 97

§ 6. Exercising the right of private property / 101

§ 7. Extinction of the right of private property / 102

§ 8. The modalities of the property right / 103

8.1. The notion of modality of the property right / 103

8.2. Solvable property / 105

8.3. Cancellable property / 110

8.4. Common property / 110

§ 9. Dismemberments of the property right / 118

9.1. General considerations / 118

9.2. Surface / 120

9.3. Usufruct / 124

9.4. Use and housing / 128

9.4. Easements / 128

§ 10. Self-assessment topics / 132

§ 11. Self-assessment tests / 133

Chapter IV. Public property law / 139

§ 1. Regulation and notion / 139

§ 2. The legal characteristics of the public property right / 140

§ 3. The object and subjects of the public property right / 142

§ 4. Acquisition of the right of public property / 144

§ 5. Exercising the right of public property. Limit. Real rights corresponding to public property / 148

5.1. Right of administration / 149

5.2. The right of concession of public property / 150

5.3. Right of free use / 153

§ 6. Extinction of the public property right / 155

§ 7. Self-assessment topics / 155

§ 8. Self-assessment tests / 156

Chapter V. Acquisition of the main real rights / 162

§ 1. Notion and regulation / 162

§ 2. Uzucapiunea / 163

2.1. General considerations regarding usufruct / 163

2.2. Uzucapiunea according to the Civil Code of 1864/166

2.3. Uzucapiunea in the regulation of the current Civil Code / 173

§ 3. Accession / 197

3.1. The notion and ways of accession / 197

3.2. Natural real estate accession / 198

3.3. Artificial real estate accession / 202

3.4. Furniture access / 211

§ 4. Judgment, tradition and occupation / 212

4.1. Judicial decision / 212

4.2. Tradition / 213

4.3. Occupation / 213

§ 5. Self-assessment topics / 214

§ 6. Self-assessment tests / 215

Chapter VI. Defense of the main real rights / 219

§ 1. The notion of defense of the right of private property and of other main real rights. Means of realization / 219

1.1. Guaranteeing and protecting the right of private property / 219

1.2. Means of realization / 220

§ 2. The action in claim / 221

2.1. Notion and legal characters / 221

2.2. The action in real estate claim / 224

2.3. The action in movable claim / 231

2.4. The effects of admitting the action in claim / 239

§ 3. Other real actions existing in the Romanian civil law / 243

3.1. Confessional action / 243

3.2. Negative action / 243

3.3. Granite action / 245

§ 4. Defending the right of public property and the main real rights based on it / 247

§ 5. Self-assessment topics / 250

§ 6. Self-assessment tests / 250
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