Inviolability of the Home

Inviolability of the Home

 

one of the constitutional personal rights and freedoms of citizens. The constitutions of socialist countries guarantee citizens inviolability of the home (for example, the Constitution of the USSR, art. 128). This means that a citizen’s home may be entered without his consent only by representatives of the state authorities in instances provided for by law, for example, to conduct a search or view of an apartment if there are sufficient grounds to believe that the instruments of a crime or property acquired in a criminal manner will be found. Criminal responsibility has been established for illegal actions that infringe the inviolability of the homes of citizens in the USSR and other socialist countries.

The inviolability of the home is proclaimed in the constitutions of the bourgeois countries, but the legislation of those countries does not generally contain real guarantees of this right.

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Article 22 of the Constitution of the Republic of Tajikistan stipulates: A, for violation of the inviolability of the home, article 147 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Tajikistan provides for criminal liability ", - noted lawyers of 'Himoya'.
This theme will also discuss community values and the right to justice and equality, freedom of thought, expression and information, the right to litigation, defence, freedom of movement and the inviolability of the home and the role of religious teachings in the development of social responsibility of individuals.
Specifically, the fourth amendment requires that unless an exception exists,(10) the government must obtain a warrant based on probable cause before entering private premises, and that the warrant must particularly describe the place to be searched and any item to be seized.(11) These restrictions prompted the court to conclude that "only for limited and necessary purposes does the ordinary inviolability of the home temporarily give way"(12) when a search warrant is obtained.
Arbitrary Interference with Privacy, Family, Home, or Correspondence) provides for the inviolability of the home, but the State of Emergency authorizes provincial governors to issue exceptional search warrants at any time.
The measure suspended constitutional guarantees related to personal freedom and security, the inviolability of the home, and freedom to meet and move about in the territory.
9, which is entitled "Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion"; freedom of speech, right to be informed, freedom of meetings, right to associate, inviolability of the home, secrecy of correspondence).