SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE - MORAL DAMAGES FOR FAILURE DUE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE - DISCOUNTS ON SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS IMPACT WITHOUT RESPECT TO CONTRADICTORY AND DEFENCE WIDE - OFFENSE TO HUMAN DIGNITY

Danilo de Oliveira

Abstract


This article discusses the moral damage resulting from the ordinary conduct setting the INSS to perform summaries discounts on social security benefits perceived by their beneficiaries, plus the consequent right of these to the corresponding financial compensation. In our approach, built step by step towards the outcome for us championed, included the brief analysis of individual freedom, the current understanding of the due process of law principle and its relationship with the freedom of the individual, the dual role of benefits social security in general, INSS the conduct intended to violate individual liberty, mainly, the summary imposition of discounts on social security benefits and, finally, the setting for us the act of payment of compensation compensable moral damages in such cases.


Full Text: PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.