Mrvić Petrović, Nataša and Petrović, Zdravko (2016) COMPENSATION FOR SUFFERED PHYSICAL PAINS. Strani pravni život : teorija, zakonodavstvo, praksa (4). pp. 9-19. ISSN 0039-2138

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The authors analyzed the foreign legislation and the legislation of the Republic of Serbia relating to compensation for physical pain. They recognize that the old civil codes from 19.century (in French or German Civil Codes e.g.) does not define the concept of damage, nor immaterial, while in modern codes accurately are determine which forms of nonpecuniary losses be legally justified. And the legal systems of the former socialist countries recognize the right to pecuniary compensation for non-material damage in case of serious violations of personal rights, for example Russia and Poland. In the law of obligations Serbia (as well as Slovenian, Croatian, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina) suffered physical pain is stipulated as a legally recognized form of nonmaterial damage. Pecuniary compensation is determined on the duration and intensity of pain and other circumstances related to an event when the damage occurred, medical treatment and recovery and of the personality characteristic of the injured person.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: COBISS.SR-ID - 517352892
Uncontrolled Keywords: tort law, non-material damage, bodily injury, psysical pain, compensation
Subjects: Pravo osiguranja
Depositing User: Mirjana Markov
Date Deposited: 10 Jun 2022 09:52
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2022 09:53

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