A Spanish woman is the Sun's owner.
"I am the Sun's owner, star of G2-type, found in the center of the Solar System, at an average distance from the Earth of around 149.600.000 kilometers..." is what the Spanish woman, Galician, to be more specific, said to the Notary, who laughed at the situation (and had to consult colleagues about the case).
Ángeles Durán, the shiny new landlady, explained that "there's an agreement by which any country can't be the owner of the planets" and added "there's an American who registered almost all the planets and the moon; but not the Sun"; there is where she saw her opportunity, within that space... no pun intended.
The Notarial Certificate indicates that there's not been and it's been not known any owner during the last five thousand millions years and that she declared herself owner "in good faith, in a pacific way and uninterruptedly for more than 31 years".
The woman is thinking about asking for a canon to everyone that uses solar energy: "if it's being payed for rivers, why not for this?". She would donate 50% to the State Budget, 20% to pensions, 10% to Research and Department of Health and 10% to eradicate hunger. The 10% left would go to her pocket.
If this wasn't curious enough, as an anecdote, the office of the Notary is placed within an urban development called "The Sun".