Prohibition is a legal opportunity to limit one person’s legal capacity. Placing a person under full or limited prohibition can most often be requested by a petition (claim) from his or her relatives, the prosecutor and anyone with a legal interest in doing so. The law requires the person whose prohibition is requested to be questioned personally by the court.
Full or limited Injunction
In the case of full prohibition, the person is equated to the regime of minors, and in the case of restricted disability, the regime of juvenile. A guardianship is instituted with full as well as with limited one.
The law allows the prohibition to be repealed as well, and the provisions on prohibition also apply to its repeal.
Conditions for placing a person under prohibition
The person suffers from a illness that affects his intellect, psyche and will.