Article 487. Good-faith possession
(1) A good-faith possessor means a person which holds a right of possession or which may treat itself as entitled to possess following a diligent review, as required in civil relationships, of the grounds of its entitlement. Good-faith is presumed.
(2) Good-faith possession ends if the right to possess terminates or, as the case may be, if a well-grounded claim is lodged against the possessor.