The Common European Law of Torts: The Core Areas of Tort Law, Its Approximation in Europe, and Its Accommodation in the Legal System - Vol. 1

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Table of Literature Cited in Abbreviated Formxxvi
Table of Chronicles on Judgments Cited Repeatedlyxlviii
Table of Translations of Codes and Tort Law Statutes into the English and German Languages used without Special Indication of Sourcesl
Table of Codes and Statuteslxvi
Table of Treaties and Enactments of the European Unionxcv
Table of UK and Irish Casesxcix
Abbreviationscxvii
Part 1: Foundations 1-91
I. The term 'law of delict' 1-42
II. Liability for personal misconduct 5-66
III. Liability without personal misconduct 7-98
Part 2: Continental Europe's Codified Law of Delict 10-23613
I. Subjects and methods of regulation within the law of liability for personal misconduct 11-9614
1.Basic provisions governing liability for fault 11-2520
a.General 11-1220
b.From the French general clause to the restrictive approach of the BGB 13-1821
c.The basic provisions of the more recent codified laws 19-2527
2.Incorporating external provisions into delictual liability: violation of a statute, infringement of bonos mores, and their purpose within the liability system of codified law 26-4139
a.Determining causes of action from blanket provisions 27-3040
b.Fault and breach of statutory duty 31-3245
c.Extension of the protected interests 33-3547
d.The intentional infliction of damage contra bonos mores, and the abuse of legal rights 36-41

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