Product Liability Law in Transition: A Central European Perspective
This volume examines the evolution of Central European product liability regimes, with particular reference to the effect of the implementation of the Product Liability Directive in the context of the recent enlargement of the EU.
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Setting the Scene Product Liability Law In Transition
Legal Systems of Poland Hungary and the Czech Republic
Product Liability Spirit and Context Developments in the World and Peculiarities in Central Europe
Product Liability Systems in Central Europe Domestic Contract and Tort Law Implementation of the Product Liability Directive
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amendment analysis application approach Article assessment Central Europe Central European courts Central European legal Central European product Chapter civil liability Commission compensation concept conduct consumer law consumer protection consumer protection laws context contract law contractual liability Czachorski 2002 Czech Republic Czechoslovak damages caused defective products defendant developments Dobiasova doctrine of law draft economic established European Commission European Community European legal systems European Parliament European product liability European Union fault Gnela Harmathy Hungarian Civil Code Hungary ibid implementation introduced issues judgement judicial jurisprudence Justice law of obligations legislative Letowska liability for defective liability rules liability standards limitation periods Maczonkai 1996 manufacturer Nesterowicz non-pecuniary damage person Poland Polish Civil Code post-socialist privity of contract Product Liability Directive product liability law product liability regimes product liability systems provisions regulation regulatory role scope Section Section 420 seller social socialist specific strict liability Supreme Court Svestka tort law tortious liability transformation