Detailed Table of Contents
|Table of Literature Cited in Abbreviated Form||xxvi|
|Table of Chronicles on Judgments Cited Repeatedly||xlviii|
|Table of Translations of Codes and Tort Law
Statutes into the English and German Languages
used without Special Indication of Sources||l|
|Table of Codes and Statutes||lxvi|
|Table of Treaties and Enactments of the European Union||xcv|
|Table of UK and Irish Cases||xcix|
|I. The term 'law of delict' 1-4||2|
|II. Liability for personal misconduct 5-6||6|
|III. Liability without personal misconduct 7-9||8|
|Part 2: Continental Europe's Codified
Law of Delict 10-236||13|
|I. Subjects and methods of regulation
within the law of liability for
personal misconduct 11-96||14|
|1.Basic provisions governing liability
for fault 11-25||20|
|b.From the French general clause to
the restrictive approach of the BGB 13-18||21|
|c.The basic provisions of the more
recent codified laws 19-25||27|
|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 26-41||39|
|a.Determining causes of action
from blanket provisions 27-30||40|
|b.Fault and breach of statutory duty 31-32||45|
|c.Extension of the protected interests 33-35||47|
|d.The intentional infliction of damage contra bonos mores,
and the abuse of legal rights 36-41|
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Book title: The Common European Law of Torts:The Core Areas of Tort Law, Its Approximation in Europe, and Its Accommodation in the Legal System.
Contributors: Christian Von Bar - Author.
Publisher: Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: viii.
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