A comparative introduction to the German law of torts
Since its first publication, this book has succeeded in establishing itself as the leading reference work on German tort law. It is a uniquely detailed and scholarly study which has no rival in the English language. Frequently cited in the courts when points of German law are under discussion, the book has now been heavily revised and completely updated to take account of the major changes to German law brought about as a result of reunification.
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accident according action alleged apply arising BGH NJW BGH VersR BGHZ breach Bundesgerichtshof BVerfGE causal caused child circumstances claim for damages Code Common law compensation conduct consequences Constitution contract contractor Court of Appeal danger decision defect defendant's delict duty effect employee English version enterprise exist fact fault favour further German law harm Hedley Byrne injured party injury interest judgment Kurt Lipstein Landgericht law of tort lawyers limited manufacturer Markesinis motor vehicle negligence obligation operation owner pain and suffering patient person plaintiff Press Complaints Commission principle private law problem product liability protection pure economic loss question reason recovery references omitted regarded Reichsgericht respect responsible result risk rule second defendant Senate statute strict liability StVG Supreme Court third party tion tort law tortfeasor traffic unlawful victim