The monograph "Incapacity to Act of Natural Persons. Contemporary Challenges" by the Bulgarian author Stoyan Stavru is a study of civil-law matters of incapacity to act of natural persons in the context of the proposed reform of Bulgarian personal law. It examines the boundaries of the potential contained in the legal notion of interdiction as an approach of restriction and exclusion as well as the opportunities to have it replaced by a diverse set of supportive and inclusive legal tools. The leading method of the study is interdisciplinary as the solutions are sought and verified through the alternating perspectives of law and philosophy.
The book is a challenge to specialists in different fields: lawyers, philosophers, sociologists, psychiatrists, physicians, medical specialists. It would also intrigue anyone interested in the contemporary debate over the legal status of people with intellectual and volitional inabilities.
The book is distributed free with indication of authorship.
The monograph is translated and published with the assistance of Bulgarian Center of Not-for-Profit Law Foundation. The statements and views expressed in it are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect
the opinion of Bulgarian Center for Not-for-Profit Law Foundation.