What is proprietary right

Ownership, or ownership, means the direct and exclusive legal domicile of a person (owner) over a particular thing. Ownership is one of the most extensive rights of property. It is absolute, it affects all other persons, in contrast to the obligation of law, which operates only between the parties to the obligation.

Ownership is essential to the existence and functioning of a free market and market economy. It complies with the duty of all other entities not to disturb the owner in the exercise of his right to the matter. This right is also protected by international treaties on human rights and by the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. It is governed by the Civil Code, according to which it is possible to own everything that belongs to them, it is all material and intangible things, the nature of which it permits. 

Ownership is understood as a set of several partial rights - the right to hold things, the right to use and to enjoy their fruits and benefits, the right to dispose of the thing, for example, the right to leave, not to use, to donate, to sell or to refer to, , destroy or leave. It must always be performed within the limits of the law without interfering with the rights of others or damaging and harassing those persons.