Are the provisions of civil legislation sufficient to regulate the entire variety of property relations?

Property relations are social relations associated with the civil turnover of property, i.e. material items that have value. Situations are possible when civil law regulates gratuitous relations (for example, donation). Property relations also arise in relation to the results of work and the provision of services that are not necessarily embodied in a tangible result (for example, transportation, storage, cultural and entertainment services), since they also have a commodity form.

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