Subjektai, turintys teisę į neturtinės žalos atlyginimą kito asmens gyvybės atėmimo ar sveikatos sutrikdymo atveju : materialinės teisės normų ir teismų praktikos apžvalga

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Subjektai, turintys teisę į neturtinės žalos atlyginimą kito asmens gyvybės atėmimo ar sveikatos sutrikdymo atveju: materialinės teisės normų ir teismų praktikos apžvalga
Alternative Title:
Review of material legal regulation and case law on the issues of persons entitled to the non-pecuniary damage compensation in the case of other person's death or personal injury
In the Journal:
Teisės problemos. 2011, Nr. 2 (72), p. 95-109
Keywords:
LT
Asmens gyvybė; Baudžiamasis kodeksas; Civilinis kodeksas; Gyvybės atėmimas; Neturtinė žala; Nužudymas; Sveikatos sutrikdymas; Žala; Atlyginimas.
EN
Civil code; Compensation of damage; Criminal code; Health impairment; Homicide; Non-pecuniary damage; Person's death; Personal injury; Unlawfull deprivation of life.
Summary / Abstract:

ENCurrently, non-pecuniary damage to the secondary victims in Lithuania may be compensated in the case of other persons death or injury. Area of the persons entitled to such nonpecuniary damage compensation is not limited to a particular list, but it requires that the secondary victims would relate close relationship to the direct victim. For this reason, the non-pecuniary damage in the case of the other persons death or injury may be adjudged to the various secondary victims, true, mostly to the next of the victims family members: parents, children, spouse or cohabitant. However, there is not a rare case to adjudge the non-pecuniary damage in the case of the other persons death to the direct victims brothers and sisters; there were also cases where the non-pecuniary damages were adjudged to the further relatives of the direct victims. In the future, the rights of the secondary victims in Lithuania should be further enhanced when the courts start more frequently to adjudge the non-pecuniary damage to the secondary victims in the case of the other persons injury, as well as the non-pecuniary damage adjudging to the broader range of the secondary victims who are able to satisfy any requirement of close relationship with a direct victim.It is also possible that in the future the right to the non-pecuniary damage compensation of the other persons death or injury will be acknowledged to the strangers, who do not have significant relationship with the killed or injured person, but when due to a terrible murder or infliction of injury they have had to participate in one or another way, they aquired a mental illness. [From the publication]

ISSN:
1392-1592; 2351-6364
Subject:
Permalink:
https://www.lituanistika.lt/content/43671
Updated:
2018-09-13 10:58:09
Metrics:
Views: 9
Export: