Возмездность как условие защиты добросовестного приобретателя
The current legislation establishes the institution of protection of a good faith purchaser where the compensatory nature of the property acquisition by such purchaser is one of the preconditions for protecting. Currently, in judicial practice, an approach has been adopted, according to which property is considered to be acquired for a fee if the alienator has received full payment for the property. The author questions this approach, pointing out that when resolving the issue of whether the acquisition is compensated, one should proceed from the theory of objective equivalence. The provision under the contract is objectively equivalent when a party has transferred an equal benefit against the property being acquired. Incomplete payment of the purchase price cannot testify to the non-equivalence of the exchange of goods in itself, since despite the insignificance of the deviation from the price, the consideration for the thing can nevertheless be objectively equivalent to the alienated property.