Neturtinės žalos atlyginimas kaip neturtinių vertybių gynimo būdas.
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Personal non-property rights and values are the objects protected by the law. The main way of protecting such values is recovering non-pecuniary damage from the person who infringes them. The institute of non-pecuniary damage is of grate significance in the civil law today. Therefore, accurate interpretation and application of the relevant provisions of the Civil Code is of great importance. The article presents an analysis of theoretical and practical aspects of the ways of protection non-pecuniary values. Particular attention is given to detail analysis of non-pecuniary damage as the basic way of protecting such rights, presenting different criterions that should be taken into consideration by the court in assessing the amount of non-pecuniary damage. Due to the fact that in recovering non-pecuniary damage the damages incurred can not be compensated in full, an attempt has been made to characterise the special features applicable in recovering non-pecuniary damage, to explain its meaning. Also the great attention has been given to the existing court practice in respect of this institute
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