Article 465. Acquisition of proprietary rights over immovable property
(1) Unless the law provides otherwise, proprietary rights (jus in rem) are established, transferred, encumbered with other proprietary rights (jus in rem) only through registration in the register of immovable property, based on the act or fact which grounds the registration under law.
(2) State registration of rights over immovable property is public. The authority that makes the state registration is bound to issue to any person information about all rights and encumbrances registered in respect of an immovable property.
(3) The authority which makes the state registration is bound to issue, upon application of the person whose right is registered, a document confirming registration or to apply a seal on the document presented for registration.