A Law to regulate private, state and collective property and protect property and rights inherent to property. The text of the Act consists of 40 articles divided into 7 sections: General provisions (I); Property of citizens (II); Collective (shirkat) property (III); State property (IV); Combined property (V); Property of joint ventures, foreign citizens, organizations and states (VI); Guarantees and the protection of the right of property (VII).Provisions of Section II make a distinction between private and personal property. Private property is defined as "a right to own land privately, and use and manage one's property with the aim of making a profit out of it" (art. 8). Section III provides for property of farms, cooperatives, joint stock companies and other forms of economic associations.
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