Article 30. Restricting the capacity of a citizen.
1. A citizen who, due to the abuse of alcoholic beverages or narcotic drugs, puts his family in a difficult financial situation, may be limited by the court to the legal capacity in the manner prescribed by civil procedural legislation. A guardianship is established over him. He has the right to independently make small household transactions. He can make other transactions, as well as receive wages, pensions and other incomes and dispose of them only with the consent of the trustee. However, such a citizen bears property liability for the transactions made by him and for the harm caused by him. 2. If the grounds by virtue of which the citizen was limited in legal capacity have fallen away, the court overrides the limitation of his legal capacity. On the basis of a court decision, trusteeship established over a citizen is canceled.
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