International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law, Volume 11, Part 1

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1983 - Law - 812 pages
 

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Contents

General Conclusion
3
7p 155
7
Chapter
13
Present Traffic Accident Laws 149
14
INTRODUCTION
28
An Historical and Geographical
37
Redress for Injury
45
The Proper Place of Fault in a
62
Capacity
94
IOI104
104
Abuse of Rights and Disturbances
105
Chapter 9
119
Exemption Clauses
127
iž The Assessment of Damages
134
General Principles
140
Material
39

Gross or Aggravated Fault
104
Conclusion
105
II4
115
22
3
The Notion of Torts
13
Specific Torts
44
2133
64
Tort and Crime
74
Grounds of Justification
81
p
80
f The Last Clear Chance Rule 119
119
The Traditional Problems
10
The New Problems
42
Some Tentative Conclusions
81
Introduction
82
Chapter 3
3
Liability for Acts of Minors
9
Introduction
71

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Co-publication with Mohr Siebeck.

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