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Income from Immovable Property

(1) The income generated by immovable property owned by a resident in a Contracting States, including agricultural income and forestry, shall be taxable in that State where such assets exist.

(2) The term “immovable property” shall be defined in accordance with the law of the Contracting State that includes such assets, and such term shall include, in all cases, other assets related to the immovable property livestock, equipment used in agriculture and forestry, the rights to which the provisions of the general law on real estate property ownership are applied, as well as the usufruct of immovable property, and the rights to fixed or changing payments against the use (or the right to use) mineral resources or any other natural resources. The ships and aircraft shall not consider movable assets.

(3) The provisions of the abovementioned paragraph (1) shall apply to the income of the direct use, renting, or any other form of immovable property.

(4) The provisions of the abovementioned paragraphs (1) and (3) hereof shall also apply to the income of any enterprise unmovable property and immovable property used for performing independent professions.

(5) The provisions of the abovementioned paragraphs (1) and (3) hereof shall not apply if the owner benefiting from the income is the State itself or its local authorities, its political and administrative subdivisions, its local governments or financial institutions.