Article 1195. Personal law of an individual.

1. The personal law of an individual is considered to be the law of the country whose citizenship this person has. 2. If a person along with Russian citizenship also has a foreign citizenship, his personal law is Russian law. 3. If a foreign citizen has a residence in the Russian Federation, his personal law is Russian law. 4. If a person has several foreign citizenships, the law of the country in which this person has a residence is considered a personal law. 5. The personal law of a stateless person is the law of the country in which this person has a place of residence. 6. The personal law of a refugee is the law of the country that granted him asylum.

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References to other articles of chapter 67. The law to be applied in determining the legal status of persons:
Article 1196. The law to be applied in determining the civil legal capacity of an individual.
Article 1197. The law applicable to the determination of the civil capacity of an individual.
Article 1198. The law to be applied in determining the rights of an individual to a name.
Article 1199. The law applicable to guardianship and trusteeship.
Article 1200. The right to be applied when a physical person is recognized as missing and when an individual is declared dead.
Article 1201. The law to be applied in determining the ability of an individual to engage in business activities.
Article 1202. Personal law of a legal entity.
Article 1203. Personal law of a foreign organization that is not a legal entity under a foreign law.
Article 1204. State participation in civil law relations complicated by a foreign element.