Article 22. Inadmissibility of deprivation and restriction of the legal capacity and capacity of a citizen.
1. No one may be limited in legal capacity and legal capacity except in cases and in the manner prescribed by law. 2. Non-observance of the conditions and procedure established by law for restricting the capacity of citizens or their right to engage in entrepreneurial or other activities results in the invalidity of an act of a state or other body establishing the appropriate restriction. 3. Full or partial refusal of a citizen of legal capacity or legal capacity and other transactions aimed at restricting legal capacity or legal capacity are void, except in cases when such transactions are permitted by law.
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