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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Index
Abortion failed, consequences of 581,582
Actio de dolosee also Breach of contract
basis of 36
contemporary law, in 37
Germany, in 36
Greece, in 36, 39
Netherlands, in 40
new interpretation of concept of 38
North European countries, recognition 309
Portugal, absence in 38 tort, as 416
Agency
altruistic 508
overview of 508, 509
Agent
authority to act as 493
authorized, legal status of 510, 511
benign and malign 508
de facto 343
expenditure by 509
falsus procurator, liability of 493, 494
Germany, non-tort liability in 496
interests of another, acting in 511
liability for 200, 201
meaning 343
mistake, personal liability for 495
principal's contractual partners, liability to 493-496
property, acting to protect 510
servant, joint and several liability with principal 193
third party, not responsible to in contract 439
vicarious liability 343
Animals
acting in legal sense, inability of 206
damage caused by, liability for
causation 220
caused, meaning 218, 220
contributory negligence 221
defences 221
diseases, communication of 209
farm and luxury animals 210-217
game animals 208
micro-organisms 209
person with 208
persons protected 222
physical sense, in 220
Portuguese provisions 209
shock, person suffering 220
special provisions 208
wild animals 208
delicts by, liability for 7, 59
domestic, meaning 211
escape, liability for 215
farm and luxury, liability for distinguishing 210
duty of supervision, presumed v breach of 210-212
employees, position of 217
escape, for 215
joint and several 216
keeper, of 211
persons having 213-217
strict liability 210-212
keeper
borrower as 215
criteria for identifying 215
defences 221
escape, liability for 215
liability of 213-217
owner, of 214
strict liability 101
temporary 222
keeper's liability and parental liability 148-150
liability for
contract and tort, overlap of 416
Danish provisions 355, 356, 358
North European countries, liability in 354-360
persons liable 358-360
Portugal, in 123
strict 358-360
untrained guard dog, for 360
North European countries, liability in
contributory negligence 356
Danish provisions 355, 356
English provisions 357, 359
Irish provisions 356, 359
persons liable 358-360
Scottish provisions 357, 359, 360
statutory sources 354-357
strict, scope of 358-360
types of animals and damage 356
realization of danger arising from behaviour 218-221
specific risk arising from 219, 220
working 212
Apprentices
liability for 130
training employers, of 164, 165
Approximation of laws
case-law, through 403-406

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