3rd. Everything that is attached to a building in a fixed way of luck that can not separate from him without breach of the matter or deterioration of the object. 4th. The statues, reliefs, paintings or other objects of use or ornamentation, placed in buildings or inheritances by the owner of the property in such a way to reveal the purpose of join in a permanent way to the farm. 5th. Machines, vessels, instruments or utensils destined for industry or exploitation that takes place in a building or an inheritance, and that directly attend to the needs of the same exploitation by the owner of the farm. 6th. The nurseries of animals, palomares, hives, ponds of fish or analogous hatcheries, where the owner has placed them or retain them in order to keep them attached to the estate or part of it in a permanent way.
7th. Intended for the cultivation of an inheritance, fertilisers that are on lands which are to be used. 8th. Mines, quarries and slag, while his matter remains attached to the deposit, and live or stagnant waters. 9th. The docks and buildings which, even if they are floating, are intended by its object and conditions to remain at a fixed point in a river, Lake or coast. 10th.
Administrative public works concessions and easements and other rights real over real estate. CHAPTER II. Of movable Art. 335 are they reputan movables susceptible of appropriation not included in the previous chapter, and can in general all those who be transported from one point to another without detracting from the real thing that they are United. Art. 336 have also consideration of furniture things pensions or pensions, are annuities or hereditary, affected a person or family, provided that they not levied with actual load one immovable thing, sold offices, contracts on public services and the ballot papers and securities representing mortgage loans.