Property Law

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Property Law by Mind Map: Property Law

1. Real Rights (Art. 3:1 BW)

1.1. Ownership (Art. 5:1 BW)

1.1.1. most comprehensive right you can have in property law

1.1.2. Neighbour law (Book 5 title 4 BW)

1.1.3. Abuse of right (title) (Art. 3:13(2) BW)

1.1.4. Specific requirements (e.g. nuisance act)

1.1.5. Limitations created by owners (e.g. from a rental contract)

1.2. Possession (Art. 3:107 BW)

1.3. Keepership (Art. 3:108 BW)

1.4. Remedy to reclaim possession (Art. 5:2 BW)

2. Limited property rights (Art. 3:8 BW): Choses (Book 5)

2.1. Apartment right (Art. 5:106 BW)

2.2. Easement/servitude (Art. 5:70(1) BW)

2.3. Long leasehold (Art. 5:85 BW)

2.4. Superficies (Art. 5:101 BW)

3. Limited property rights (Art. 3:8 BW): Biens (Book 3)

3.1. Usufruct (Art. 3:201 BW)

3.2. Hypothec/mortgage (Art. 3:260 BW)

3.2.1. [real security rights (Art. 3:227 BW)]

3.3. Pledge (Art. 3:236 jo. 237 BW)

3.3.1. [real security rights (Art. 3:227 BW)]

4. Property (Art. 3:1 BW)

4.1. Tangible objects (Art. 3:2 BW)

4.1.1. movbales

4.1.2. immovables

4.2. Intangibles (Art. 3:6 BW)

4.2.1. full rights & limited rights (Art. 3:8 BW)

4.3. Universal title (Art. 3:80(1) BW)

4.4. Particular title (Art. 3:80(3) BW)

5. Transfer of Ownership (Art. 3:84 BW)

5.1. Valid legal basis (causa/title)

5.1.1. Void (Art. 3:40 BW)

5.1.2. Voidable (Art. 3:44 BW)

5.2. Delivery

5.2.1. Traiditio (Art. 3:90 BW): literally handing over

5.2.2. Solo animo (Art. 3:115 BW): fictitious delivery

5.2.3. Immovable property: Notarial deed of transfer + public registration (Art. 3:89 BW)

5.2.4. Limited property rights (Art. 3:98 BW)

5.3. Power to dispose

5.3.1. Nemo plus

5.3.2. Creditor of a real security right

5.3.3. Protection of third parties (Art. 3:86 BW)

5.3.3.1. Exception: theft Art. 3:86(3) BW

5.3.3.1.1. Exception: Art. 3:86(3)(a)&(b)

5.3.3.2. Good faith is required (Art. 3:11 jo. 3:118 BW)