About Serbian Royalty and their Right to Property I can tell you a story I heard myself: In Belgrade there is the "White Castle", which was finished in 1936 that the Royal family might live in there. After WW 2, monarchy was abolished in Serbia and the house was used as guest house of the Government. The Crown Prince of Serbia, Aleksandar Karadjordjević, who was born and raised in the UK, (the hotel suite where he was born is said to have been declared Yugoslav territory for the time of the birth, because the future Yugoslav King had to be born in Yugoslav territory to be able to claim the throne) moved in 2000, after the NATO-bombing of Serbia of 1999, to Serbia. He now lives in the White Castle, but he and his family can only use it. They are not the owners of the Castle, which is also shown in the sentence of Aleksandar: "We have the same problems like most of you (visitors of the Castle). Sometimes the heating doesn't work, because the tubes are broken or it rains through the roof." Those were really his words. The Serbian Government doesn't care about maintenance, which is a real shame. If Aleksandar and his family were the owners of the Castle, there would not be holes in the roof or damage in the heating, I'm very sure of that.