What are the types of a child’s separate property?

The Constitution recognizes the right of every citizen to have and own property. Accordingly, the civil law and the law on marriage and family recognize the right of individuals to have their own property, regardless of the age of the individual. Therefore, in relation to their parents, children are entitled to have their own separate property. A child’s separate property includes:

  • Property separately inherited by or given to them;
  • Incomes from the child’s work;
  • Yields and profits arising from the child’s own property;
  • Other lawful incomes.
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