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Candidate of Legal Sciences,
Professor of the Russian School of Private Law

DOI: 10.24031/1992-2043-2019-19-3-137-153

The paper represents the commentaries on the provisions of Article 219 of the Russian
Civil Code which purports to be the cornerstone of Russian real property law, establishing
the moment from which the property over newly erected immoveable property arises.
The paper consists of analysis of either theoretical or practical problems that could be
considered on the basement of Article 219 of the Civil Code (correlation between factual
and juridical existence of the immoveable property, the moment of the accrual of the
real right over the real property, application of Article 219 of the Civil Code to specific
types of immoveable property, etc.).

Keywords: real property; immoveable thing; immoveables; land registration; real property


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Information about the author

Bevzenko R.S. (Moscow) – Candidate of Legal Sciences, Professor of the Russian
School of Private Law (103132, Moscow, Ilyinka St., 8, Bldg. 2; e-mail: rbevzenko@

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