Article 337 Furniture goods are fungible or non-expendable property. The first species belong to those that cannot be the proper use to your nature without that are consumed; others correspond to the second species. CHAPTER III. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Nobel Laureate in Economics. Of the goods according to the people who belong to Art. 338 goods are publicly or privately owned.
Article 339 are public property: 1st. Those intended for public use, such as roads, channels, rivers, torrents, ports and bridges built by the State, riverbanks, beaches, radar and other similar. 2nd. That exclusive belong to the State, without being in common use, and are destined for any public service or the promotion of national wealth, as the walls, fortresses and other works for the defence of the territory, and the mines, while its concession is not granted. Art 340 all other property belonging to the State, in which there are not the circumstances expressed in the previous article, have the nature of private property. Article 341 goods in the public domain, when they are no longer destined for general use or the needs of the defence of the territory, become part of property of the State.
Article 342 Real assets are governed by its special law; and, that it is not intended, by the General provisions which are laid down in this code on the particular property. CFR. 23/1982, Regulatory law of the national heritage, on 16 June (B.O.E. of 7 July), and its regulations, approved by Royal Decree 496/1987, of 18 March (B.O.E. of 13 April and correction of errors in the BB.OO.E. 16 and April 29). Article 343 goods provinces and peoples are divided into property for public use and patrimonial property. Art. 344 are assets for public use in the provinces and peoples, provincial roads and the neighborhood, beaches, streets, sources and public waters, walks and public works of general service, paid for by the same villages or provinces.