Definition : Alienation of immovables

A transfer dealing with property or a right carried out without consideration or for consideration. The expression “real estate alienation by the syndicate” means the sale of a common or private portion. The creation of servitudes upon the common portions is also deemed to be real estate alienation acts.

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