I'm particularly wondering about what implications the abolition of private property had for families. Since private property was to be abolished, I assume houses were not legally allowed to be traded between individuals, whether as gifts, inheritance, etc. What were the limits of this? How much giftgiving was allowed? Were gifts above a certain monetary value disallowed, or did they need to carry some "productive" essence, in the way that some will argue for a distinction between private/productive and personal property?