A comparative introduction to the German law of torts

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Clarendon Press, 1994 - Law - 996 pages
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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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Basil S. Markesinis Dr. Iur (Athen.), LL.D. (Cantab.), DCL (Oxon.), D. Iur h.c. (Ghent and Paris I), FBA, is Clifford Chance Professor of European Law at the University of Oxford and Founder/Director of the Oxford Centre for the Advanced Study of European and Comparative Law.
Simon Deakin is a Fellow of Peterhouse College and Lecturer in Law at the University of Cambridge

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