عنوان مقاله [English]
Due to the prevalence of some special acts and violations in society, the legislator has used the executive guarantee as nationalization and confiscation of property to punish and punish the relevant persons. Since the main purpose of these acts is to make more profit, it is very useful to anticipate financial penalties, especially nationalization and confiscation of property along with other penalties; Of course, the legislator has not been unaware of this. There are different types of property confiscation in Iranian law. Permanent and temporary and general and special confiscation constitute different types of confiscation. In Iranian law, what is called permanent confiscation of property is essentially confiscation of property. A review of some of the governing laws in this regard will be considered in this article. Also, examining the status of confiscated and confiscated property after confiscation and confiscation is one of the points that have been considered in this article. This research, which has been done by descriptive-analytical method, shows that man has the right of ownership over his property, property and assets, and the religion of Islam has emphasized it, but this does not mean his absolute ownership, but according to the conditions and In the public interest, this right is sometimes revoked or restricted.