RESPONSIBILITY OF THE COUNTRY, MUNICIPALITY FOR CAUSED DAMAGE


The notion of "harm" (which is not legally defined) should be interpreted in a broad sense, such as any interference, impairment or impairment of human good, property, bodily integrity, health, mental health, and mental state. In that order, all damages that are found to be causally related (result of) the offender's culpable and guilty conduct are subject to compensation.
For damages caused by unlawful acts, actions or omissions of administrative bodies and officials, legal persons who have suffered damage can exercise their rights under the general civil legal order.
Compensation for pecuniary damage is determined in the light of the particularities of each particular case and in the case of a causal link with the illegal acts of state bodies.
The award of compensation per se entails moral satisfaction - recognizing that the actions of the delinquents are unlawful, and engaging their responsibility, respectively that of the assignor of their work, for the damages caused, the amount of the money being repaid for the actual damage suffered; should not be used for enrichment. "Justice" largely reflects the public assessment of the non-pecuniary damage involved, and in the sphere of non-material values, equality in society finds the purest expression.
The amount of compensation for non-pecuniary damage is determined at different times depending on the type and nature of the damage.
 
Example: The plaintiff claims that he was convicted of having an orchard and apartment. On the basis of this conviction, the state conquered the confiscated properties. However, the verdict was later canceled. Therefore, it seeks the income that the state has gathered from its property since it was conquered.
 


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RESPONSIBILITY OF THE COUNTRY, MUNICIPALITY FOR CAUSED DAMAGE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE COUNTRY, MUNICIPALITY FOR CAUSED DAMAGE