Article 10. Limits of the exercise of civil rights.
1. Actions of citizens and legal entities that are carried out solely with the intention to cause harm to another person, as well as abuse of the right in other forms are not allowed. The use of civil rights in order to limit competition, as well as the abuse of a dominant position in the market is not allowed. 2. In case of non-compliance with the requirements provided for by paragraph 1 of this article, the court, arbitral tribunal or court of arbitration may refuse to protect a person’s rights. 3. In cases where the law makes the protection of civil rights dependent on whether these rights are exercised reasonably and in good faith, the reasonableness of the actions and the good faith of the participants in civil legal relations are assumed.
Links to other articles of chapter 2. The emergence of civil rights and obligations, the exercise and protection of civil rights: