International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law, Volume 8, Part 2

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1984 - Comparative law - 268 pages
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Contents

Preliminary Remarks II
3
Theories of Causation and
21
An Historical and Geographical
33
Conditions 7i7
38
Causes Other Than the Tort
60
The Proper Place of Fault in a
62
7144
68
The Functions of the Law of Tort 1154
87
Governmental Liability in Tort 4167
83
Comparative Conclusion 4321
142
Chapter 5
3
General Principles
9
540
11
Introduction 141 Supplement 1982 see Appendix to Part II
14
Arrangement of the Chapter
25
Violation of the Rights of the Per
70

REMEDIES
88
Chapter 2
3
A Tune III Current Proposals 1494
94
Affecting Neighbours
105
e Fault of One Party the Con
118
Amounting to Fault
126
Exemption Clauses
127
Redress for Injury
129
Chapter 3
146
Mitigation of Damages and Equit
155
2P135
163
Liability for Acts of Adults Under ch
172
Remedies to Obviate Injury 8175
175
Chapter 4
3
Chapter 9
9
G Uniformity or Diversity
43
Introduction
45
Suggestions 5302
81
Chapter 6
91
Introduction
98
Injury to Business Interests 10107
107
Attorneys 699
135
Architects and Civil Engineers 6134
148
Chapter 12
12
DAMAGE 23
23
Civil Remedies in Criminal
31
Civil Remedies in Administrative
61
Limitation of Actions 1363
82
CAUSES OTHER THAN
90
The Settlement of Claims in Tort 13106
106
Cases Where Even Under a Sys
109
The Jury in the Law of Tort 13132
132
MALS AND THINGS 145
145
The Peoples Republic of China 13149
151

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