Possessional property protection claim

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The possessorial property protection claim ( Latin : possessio = possession or possessor = owner) is a claim that protects property and follows from actual possession. It is independent of whether the owner has a right to property or not. In the event of a disruption, he is directed to the failure of the disruption or the restoration of the previous property ( § 861 , § 862 BGB ). In the event of a current impairment of property through prohibited self -power, the owner has a right to self-help according to § 859 BGB.

The petitory property protection claim ( Latin : petitio = claim), on the other hand, is derived from the right to property , not from actual property itself. Therefore, they suppress possessoric property protection claims ( petitorium absorbet possessorium ). Petitory property protection claims are regulated in § 1007 Paragraph 1 and 2 BGB. They go back to the Actio Publicana in Roman law .

The Actio Publiciana as a "lawsuit from legally presumed property" is regulated in Austria in § 372 ff ABGB.

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Individual evidence

  1. Gottwein: petitio