Article 151. Compensation for moral harm.
If a citizen has suffered moral damage (physical or moral suffering) by actions that violate his personal non-property rights or infringe upon other intangible benefits belonging to the citizen, as well as in other cases provided by law, the court may impose on the violator the obligation to compensate for the specified damage. In determining the amount of compensation for non-pecuniary damage, the court takes into account the degree of guilt of the offender and other circumstances worthy of attention. The court must also take into account the degree of physical and moral suffering associated with the individual characteristics of the person who has been harmed.
References to other articles of chapter 8. Intangible goods and their protection: