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Title Civil CodeCH
Date 2021.01.20
Legislative PART Ⅰ General Principles
Promulgated on May 23, 1929
Effective from October 10, 1929
As Amended on January 4, 1982 and effective on January 1, 1983
Amended on May 23,2008
Amended on June 10, 2015
Amended on June 19,2019
Amended on January 13,2021

PART Ⅱ Obligations
Promulgated on November 22, 1929
Effective from May 5, 1930
Amended on April 21, 1999
As amended on April 26, 2000
Amended on December 30, 2009
As amended on May 26, 2010
Amended on January 20,2021

PART Ⅲ Rights In Rem
Promulgated on November 30, 1929
Effective from May 5, 1930
As amended on January 16, 1995
As amended on March 28, 2007
As amended on January 23, 2009
Effective from July 23, 2009
As amended on February 3, 2010
Amendments to Article 805 and Article 805-1 of Civil Code Promulgated on June 13, 2012

PART Ⅳ Family
Promulgated on December 26, 1930
Effective from May 5, 1931
Amended on June 3, 1985
Amended on September 25, 1996
Amended on June 17, 1998
Amended on April 21, 1999
Amended on January 19, 2000
As amended on June 26, 2002
As amended on May 23, 2007
Amended on January 9, 2008
Amended on May 23,2008
Amended on April 29, 2009
Amended on December 30, 2009
Amended on January 27, 2010
Amended on May 19, 2010
Amended on December 26, 2012
Amended on December 11, 2013
Amended on January 29, 2014
Amended on January 14, 2015
Amended on April 24, 2019
Amended on June 19,2019
Amended on January 13,2021
Amended on January 20,2021

PART Ⅴ Succession
Promulgated on December 26, 1930
Effective from May 5, 1931
Amended on June 3, 1985
Amended on January 2, 2008
Amended on June 10, 2009
As amended on December 30, 2009
Amended on January 29, 2014
Amended on January 14, 2015
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Article 1030-1
Upon dissolution of the statutory marital property regime, the remainder of the property acquired by the husband or wife in marriage, after deducting the debts incurred during the continuance of the marriage relationship, if any, shall be equally distributed to the husband and the wife, except property listed as follows:
(1) Property acquired from succession or as a gift;
(2) Solatium.
The court may adjust or waive the share of distribution provided that equal distribution is unfair when one party of the husband and the wife offers no contribution nor collaboration to the marital life or when other conditions are met.
When making the decision of the preceding paragraph, the court shall consider synthetically the factors such as household labor, caring and nurturing of the child, the collaboration of contribution to the family, the length of time of living together or separately, the time of receiving the property acquired in marriage or each party’s economic ability.
The claim in the first paragraph shall not be assigned to others or be passed to heirs, unless it has been acknowledged by a contract or unless a legal action has been commenced.
The right to claim for distribution of the remainder of the property in the first paragraph shall be extinguished if not exercised within two years from the time where the claimant has known that there is such a remainder; or if five years have elapsed since the dissolution of the statutory marital property regime.
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