On August 7, 2014, the Supreme Court held that the “management” of co-owned property refers to the preservation, improvement of and receiving benefits from the co-owned property.  Exercising shareholder’s right and attending the shareholders meeting do not fall under the scope of the “management” activities aforementioned but rather are the exercise of other rights of the co-owned property, which by applying mutatis mutandis to Section 3, Article 828 of the Civil Code, shall require unanimous consent from all of the co-owners.