22. The corporation, from the date and according to the conditions determined by the Government, becomes the owner of the movable and immovable property forming part of the public domain and listed in Schedule I.
The Government may, for the purposes of the application of the Act, establish a technical description of the property contemplated in this section.
The Government, on the conditions it determines, may transfer to the corporation the ownership of any other movable or immovable property forming part of the public domain.
The corporation shall assume the obligations and acquires the rights of the Government in respect of the movable and immovable property. However, the corporation and the Government are jointly and severally liable for the current building contracts for which the Government is responsible on the date of transfer.