Some authors propose to extend the concept of "harm". The term "harm" is offered understand not only the losses and moral damage, but in general the adverse effects. However, this can not be accepted. It is worth mentioning the so-called 'neighbors' right' (what in pre-revolutionary Russia the right called the right private participation). This institute is aimed at regulating the restrictions on the rights of owners (owners, tenants, employers and others) in favor of the owners of the neighboring apartment, land, other real property (the neighbors). If the law does not set specific limits to implement its own right, the co-existence in society, in many cases turned out to be very difficult or impossible. In our modern Russian civil law is not such an institution as a "neighbor's right." If we take as a basis for such a broad interpretation of the concept of "harm", then the courts would be filled statements of claim that someone trod on my toe on a bus or complaints about the neighbor, who plays the violin (noting that the "game" going on in the daytime).
The next prohibition contained in paragraph 1 of Article 10 of GR RF – a ban on abuse of rights in other forms. Some authors distinguish a) the conduct of a person, although not having intended to harm the interests of others, but objectively harm them, and b) abuse of dominant position the market of certain goods, which has resulted in impairment of the interests of other persons and (or) the restriction of competition. In our opinion, the right to abuse in other forms can be attributed only to point "a". Other species abuse of rights – abuse of dominant position in the market of certain goods, which has resulted in impairment of the interests of other persons and (or) the restriction of competition, have an independent nature and governed by special legislation.