In the event of an aggrieved party's death, his or her rights can be exercised by relatives or by a public prosecutor. On the other hand, the rights of an aggrieved party who is not a natural person are exercised by an authorized body acting on behalf of such a party (hence, it pertains particularly to legal persons and other organizational units).
If an aggrieved party is a minor or a legally incapacitated person (fully or partly), his or her rights are exercised by a statutory representative or by a permanent custodian of the aggrieved person. Furthermore, an actual guardian of an aggrieved person can execute his or her rights if the aggrieved party is incapable (especially due to age or health).
[Legal status as at July 2015]
Main rights and obligations of the aggrieved party: