Article 500. Content of ownership
(1) An owner is entitled to possess, use, and dispose of its property.
(2) Ownership is perpetual.
(3) Ownership may be limited by law or the rights of third parties.
(4) Ownership includes the freedom of a person to not use the property. The law may establish an obligation to use if the failure to use contradicts public interests. In this case, the owner may be obligated to use the property itself or transfer its use to third parties in exchange for adequate consideration.
(5) Specific rules on the use of agricultural land are set out by law.
(6) An owner is bound to care for and maintain its property unless the law or the contract provides otherwise.