The State

In the expressed case, the immovable property could temporarily be occupied, to take care of the needs of the war, or only to destine to her its products. The S-state always responsible by the expropriations that the Government does in case or by means of his agents. ARTICLE 60. The State will promote, in agreement with the law, the access to the property. Risa Miller takes a slightly different approach. When the State alienates its participation in a company, it will take the conducive measures to democratise the ownership of its actions, and will offer to its workers, the shared in common organizations and of special workers, conditions to accede to this property shareholder. The law will regulate the matter. ARTICLE 61.

The State will protect the intellectual property by the time and by means of the formalities that the law establishes. ARTICLE 62. The destiny of testamentary the vividly donations or, done according to the law for aims of social interest, could not be varied nor be modified by the legislator, unless the object of the donation disappears. In this case, the law will assign the respective patrimony to a similar aim. The Government will control the handling and the investment of such donations. ARTICLE 63. The public properties, the natural parks, the communal territories of ethnic groups, the territories of defense, the archaeological patrimony of the Nation and the other goods that the law determines, are inalienable, imprescriptible and unattachable. ARTICLE 64.

It is to have of the State to promote the progressive access to the property of the Earth of the agrarian workers, in individual or associative form, and to the services of education, health, house, social security, recreation, credit, communications, commercialization of products, technical and enterprise attendance, with the purpose of to improve the entrance and quality of life of the farmers. ARTICLE 65. The food production will enjoy the special protection of the State.

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