What is the 'Participation Regime in Acquired Goods', which is the Legal Property Regime?

What is the 'Participation Regime in Acquired Goods', which is the Legal Property Regime?

  1. A) Personal Goods:
  2. aa) Items that are only for personal use of that belong to one of the spouses (women's jewelry, make-up materials, men's cufflinks, parties' clothing, etc.)
  3. bb) The goods owned by the parties without making any effort to acquire these goods (such as donations, inheritance)
  4. cc) Assets owned by the parties BEFORE the marriage
  5. dd) Receivables of the parties such as moral compensation,
  6. ee) Those goods that replace personal property (for example, selling a house owned before marriage or inherited and buying a new one)
  7. ff) Goods that are accepted as personal goods by the parties
  1. B) Acquired goods:
  2. aa) The goods that the parties have acquired from the earnings they have obtained due to their work and profession
  3. bb) Payments made by social security and social assistance institutions and organizations or funds set up for the purpose of helping personnel (such as retirement bonus)
  4. cc) Compensations paid due to loss of working power,
  5. dd) Revenues of personal property,
  6. ee) Value substitutes for acquired goods.