Ownership in a constitutional view
Property is a function of an international economic, political and social relations development. It is a crucial aspect of the given economic reign. This article’s goal is to present property in a scope of constitution. The author begins her analysis of the issue with the look at the constitutions of the interwar period, later at the constitution of 1952 and until the current understanding in the constitution of 1997. The presented problem concerns the multiformity of property, of which the ways of recognition (types, forms) were changing in certain periods.