Article 150. Intangible benefits.
1. Life and health, personal dignity, personal integrity, honor and good name, business reputation, privacy, personal and family secrets, the right to free movement, the choice of a place of residence and residence, the right to a name, the right of authorship, other personal non-property rights and other intangible benefits belonging to a citizen from birth or by virtue of the law are inalienable and non-transferable in any other way. In cases and in the manner prescribed by law, personal non-property rights and other intangible benefits belonging to the deceased may be exercised and protected by other persons, including the heirs of the right holder. 2. Intangible benefits are protected in accordance with this Code and other laws in the cases and in the manner prescribed by them, as well as in those cases and the extent to which the use of methods for the protection of civil rights (Article 12) follows from the essence of the non-material right violated the consequences of this violation.
References to other articles of chapter 8. Intangible goods and their protection: