Civil Code

Acquisition of rights and obligations under the name of another person is not allowed. The harm caused to the citizen as a result of improper use of his name shall be compensated in accordance with the Civil Code. If the distortion or use the name of a citizen or ways in a manner that affects his honor, dignity or business reputation, the rules provided by Article 152 of the Civil Code. Place of residence is the place where the citizen lives permanently or primarily. Place residence of minors under the age of fourteen years, or people under guardianship, is the place of residence of their legal representatives – parents, adoptive parents or guardians.

The ability of their citizens actions to acquire and exercise civil rights, to create for itself the civil duties and perform them (civil capacity) appears in full from the age of majority, that is, achieving eighteen years of age. When the law permits marriage before attaining eighteen years old, a citizen who has not attained the age of eighteen shall acquire full legal capacity since marriage. Acquired by marriage capacity remains in full and in the event of dissolution of marriage before attaining eighteen years of age. In the annulment the court may take decision on the loss of minor spouse full legal capacity with the time determined by the court. No one may be limited legal capacity except in the cases and manner prescribed by law. Failure to comply with statutory conditions and procedures for limiting or disabled citizens of their right to engage in entrepreneurial or other activity shall invalidate an act of government or other body that sets the corresponding limit.