Article 15. Indemnification.
1. A person whose right has been violated may claim full compensation for the losses caused to him, unless the law or the contract provides for compensation of losses in a smaller amount. 2. Losses are understood as expenses that the person whose right has been violated, has or will have to make to restore the violated right, loss or damage to his property (real damage), as well as lost income that this person would have received under normal conditions of civil circulation if his right had not been violated (loss of profit). If a person who has violated a right has received income as a result of this, the person whose right has been violated has the right to demand compensation, along with other losses, of lost profit in an amount not less than such income.
Links to other articles of chapter 2. The emergence of civil rights and obligations, the exercise and protection of civil rights: