3) alienation of immovable property in connection with the seizure of land in cases where the withdrawal of land for state or municipal needs or due to improper use of land is impossible without termination of ownership of the buildings, structures or other immovable property, located at the site. Said property can be taken from the owner by buying the state or public sale; 4) redemption carelessly maintained cultural values ??(for example, if the house is a monument of history and culture) is possible when the owner of cultural property classified in accordance with the law as particularly valuable and protected by the state, thriftlessly contains these values, which threatens the loss of their significance;
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