The subject of the paper is the analysis of non-property claims and property sanctions arising, when these properties are violated and protection of these properties after author's death. The essence of the problem in the former issue is expressed by the relation of article 78 part 1 of Copyright Bill and related laws and article 24 of the Civil Code. According to a predominant view, the application of these laws to the protection of the authors copyright shows an accumulative coincidence which allows them to be applied in an accumulative or alternative way. BasicalIy, among non-property ways we can mention a complaint about desisting or removing the results of infringement, which might take various forms. They don't require faulty action of the infringement perpetrator. This, however, is not the case with property sanctions (claims for satisfaction) which depend on the kind of infringement and the faulty action of the perpetrator. Non-property claims are associated with criteria of assessment of their occurrence. These include the objective and not subjective premises of their occurrence presented by most experts and legal rulings.
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