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Allgemeines bürgerliches Gesetzbuch (General Civil Law Code)

Principality of Liechtenstein Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein Country Resources Capacity related legislation Principality of Liechtenstein 31 December 2010 Legislation/regulation guardian, human rights

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Das Allgemeine Bürgerliche Gesetzbuch Liechtensteins bestimmt die Privatrechte und Pflichten der Einwohner des Staates.
In §269 ff. wird die Bestellung eines Sachwalters für Menschen mit psychischen Krankheiten oder geistiger Behinderung, die einzelne oder alle ihrer Angelegenheiten nicht ohne die Gefahr eines Nachteils für sich besorgen können, geregelt.

The General Civil Law Code of Liechtenstein determines the rights and duties of its citizens.
§269 ff. regulates the appointment of a guardian for people with mental illnesses or intellectual disabilities, who are not able to provide all or parts of their businesses without the risk of disadvantage.


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