Property is a backbone,the fundamental element of all socio-economic relations. First of all, it causes associations with the thing. But this is a superficial, distorted view. Property in the legal sense necessarily expresses property relations. That is, property that is conditioned by law belongs to the owner. And in the economic sense, property covers the entire economic process, it permeates all relations for the production, exchange, distribution and consumption of useful services and benefits.

In the economic sense, property isunity of qualitative and quantitative. The qualitative aspect is, first of all, the relations between enterprises, people, the state with regard to the appropriation of means of production, securities, the created product, and so on. Quantitative aspect - all kinds of objects: means of labor, factories, patents, securities, land and so on. The essence and forms of ownership need to be understood. It is a system of fairly objective human relations about the appropriation of results and means of production.

The objects of ownership are nothing more thanproduction resources, services and goods, national wealth and wealth of families. There are several types of property. The first is real estate, it means everything that is "motionless", that is, it is material. This includes buildings, perennial plantations, water objects, structures, land and others. The second kind is movable property - these things are material, but they can be moved. These include securities, money and those things that do not belong to real estate. The third type is intellectual property. These are the results of the activity of the intellect and all the means equated to them, a trademark, a brand name, and so on.

There are some types of property. These include private, individual, cooperative, as well as municipal, state, combined, mixed, joint-stock. Types of property are represented and classified in the Russian legislation.

Individual property concentrates suchsigns, like management, labor, disposal of property and income, in one subject. This form can include individual traders, peasants with a separate household, private practitioners, doctors and so on.

Ownership continues privateown. It differs from the individual in that the powers (attributes) can in this case be personified and divided in different subjects. That is, they manage property and income alone, but others work.

Cooperative ownership is based onassociation of individual owners. They are a functioning unity. Each member of the cooperative participates in it with his property and labor, while having equal rights in the distribution of income and management. Such property is without a share and share.

Kinds of property continue state. In this case, the absolute rights of property are held by the state institution of political, public and economic power, and not by individuals or their associations. The state is the supreme administrator of property or production conditions. It also appoints managers of production managers.

Another type of property is municipal property. it is also, like the state, a kind of public property. The supreme administrator of property is the local authorities. Management of such enterprises is carried out by either municipal authorities or appointed managers.

The concept of mixed types of property means,that other forms can be formed within different forms. That is, for example, within a state enterprise, cooperative or private entrepreneurial structures are formed.

Joint-stock ownership is the property of many legal entities and individuals, when the rights are distributed unevenly.