Property interest

Property interest – this legal term applies in the area of Financial Law, where it refers to the financial extent of the rights, which a person or a corporate body has in concrete movable or immovable property. For example, an individual has bought an apartment for 100 000 Euro, but its price rises through the years up to 120 000 Euro and as well he makes rental income during this time. So there is property interest in the amount of 20% plus the acquired rental income. The term should be separated from the term “interest in property”, which means something different – namely rights of ownership in a movable or immovable property.

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