Article 208. Requirements for which the statute of limitations does not apply.

The statute of limitations does not apply to: requirements for the protection of personal non-property rights and other intangible benefits, except as required by law; depositors' claims on the bank for the issuance of deposits; claims for damages caused to the life or health of a citizen. However, claims made after three years have elapsed since the occurrence of the right to compensation for such harm are satisfied in the past time in no more than three years preceding the filing of a claim; the claims of the owner or other owner to eliminate any violations of his right, even if these violations were not connected with deprivation of possession (Article 304); other requirements in cases prescribed by law.

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References to other articles of chapter 12. Limitation of actions:
Article 195. The concept of limitation.
Article 196. General limitation period.
Article 197. Special limitation periods.
Article 198. Invalidity of the agreement on the change of the limitation period.
Article 199. Application of limitation.
Article 200. Beginning of the period of limitation.
Article 201. The limitation period for a change of persons in the obligation.
Article 202. Suspension of the limitation period.
Article 203. Interruption of the limitation period.
Article 204. The limitation period in the case of abandonment of the claim.
Article 205. Restoring the limitation period.
Article 206. Fulfillment of duty after the expiration of the limitation period.
Article 207. Application of limitation to additional requirements.