Note: This translation is provided for educational purposes and may contain errors or be inaccurate.The concept of property refers to the right or the power to possess something. For the law, the property is the direct authority over property, which allows the holder to have it freely beyond the limits imposed by the legislation in force.
Means public property public tenure field (that is, which does not belong to an individual). Public property assets are those for community use, as a place, a street, a public school or a hospital.
In common parlance, means public property which belongs to everyone. This shared ownership is embodied by the State, which is the only one with the right to grant private use or permission for the public good by administrative concession.
Examples: 'three teenagers were arrested by the police upon discovering that they were trying to damage public property', «a group of unemployed people and decided to invade a park of public property to claim housing», «the previous Government got rid of several companies of public property with the presumed intention to reduce State spending.
Public ownership can also be understood in opposition to private property, which is the full legal capacity of a person on one thing. A House and a car are part of the private property of the person who has purchased and which is therefore the holder of the papers that prove it. Just as the car belongs to a private property, the streets and roads that are around are part of the public property.