Civil Code

The largest number of bonded transactions occur with citizens who are not recognized by the court as incapable or limited in capability, but in fact may not be aware of the committed actions. Before the court at the request of family members of the citizen, the trade union and other public organizations, public prosecutor, of the guardianship and guardianship, mental health facility may be asked to recognize the citizen incapable or incompetent. In this case the transaction is committed by a citizen, subsequently accepted by the court incompetent, may be deemed invalid by a court at the suit of his guardian, if it is proved that when the transaction was not a citizen able to understand the significance of his actions or control imi.Nedeystvitelnost transactions committed citizens who are not able to understand the significance of his deystviy.Zakon (Article 177 of the Civil Code) stipulates that the transaction is committed by a citizen, though capable, but being in the moment of its commission in this state, when he could not understand the significance of their actions or control them, is recognized as invalid by the court at the suit of the person or other persons whose rights or legally protected interests are violated as a result of the transaction. However, transaction made in a drunken state, can not justify its recognition as invalid of Article 177 of the Civil Code because of the variety of circumstances. First of all, in most cases, a person in an intoxicated state is not fully losing control over their . .