Relievable person

Relievable person – In practice, this legal term applies in the area of Tort Law. There it refers to the figure of a person who has the legal right to pretend a compensation for occurred damages. Usually people pursue monetary compensation in court for occurred material and non-material damages. For example, if you get stubbed by somebody, you can pursue together with the criminal prosecution, also financial compensation for the medical treatment and for the non-material damages for the period these occurred to you (under the provisions of the Tort Law). These damages are usually physical pain, inconvenience, negative feelings, etc.

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