Keywords : common money


Karzan Z. Salahuddin

Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences, 2020, Volume 9, Issue issue 34 part 2, Pages 259-284

The right of ownership is one of the most fundamental and most widespread rights in the original, since the king is focused on something specific and its owner can direct it directly and without mediation, which is independent of itself and does not follow another right, but other rights are derived from the right of easement and benefit, Rights are to be alone as they prove to a single person giving him absolute power over him in all legal acts . But the money may be owned by several people who share it simultaneously without having to specialize or have their share in it. The multiplicity of owners in the common property raises several problems with regard to each owner of the authority of use, exploitation and disposal, because the exercise of these authorities requires the consensus of the partners. Is always available, so the legislator intervenes to regulate common property so as not to disrupt the use of common money in case of disagreement and lack of unanimity.