2. A court that makes a decision under the subsection (1) may order the replacement of the condominium by another matrimonial regime, as long as it deems it appropriate. 4. When a property in common succession is registered in the name of the husband or wife, the civil registry officer, on written request from the husband or wife, takes, if he convinces himself of the relevant facts, a note on the real property of that property, or if, for whatever reason, the property file is not submitted to him, the property file is not submitted to him. , only on the register that eludes it, and in the corresponding registers, so that it is the property of which the provisions of section 15, paragraph 2, point a) apply, of the Marital Property Act of 1984. Although it is not a conventional scheme and only applies to specific assets, Parliament also provides for the Heritage Fund. With this fund, which can co-exist with a community or a separation scheme, one of the spouses, two or a third, may set aside certain personal or real estate assets or negotiable instruments registered to the public to meet the needs of the family. This quality is governed by a particular management regime and is not subject to the performance of debts which the creditor knows have been carried out for purposes other than meeting the needs of the family (s. 167 and following). If you are married in a condominium, some transactions require your spouse`s consent, while others do not. For example, starting a business, trading shares or selling personal property does not require your spouse`s consent.
When the spouses have acquired common property, they are subject to the ordinary provisions relating to common heritage. (c) if the person is married in a community of ownership, include the full name of the spouse; and ) In Dutch matrimonial property law, where there is a matrimonial community during the marriage, it is necessary to distinguish the debts that fall under that community, between the responsible spouse who will be a debtor and the other spouse, who is not himself a responsible debtor, but who, under the mandatory law, must nevertheless accept that the creditor of the debtor in liability , that is, a spouse with whom he is married, can recover his rights on all community property and, therefore, on his share (half) of the entire matrimonial co-ownership, that is, of all community property that is members. Although the other spouse must accept, in the course of the continuation of the co-ownership, that he may be the subject of such an action, that is, against all collective property, he has not become a debtor who is himself responsible for the creditor.