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Jaap Spier
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Jaap Spier (E., Unification of Tort Law: Causation, Kluwer, The Hague . Reinhard Zimmermann: Principles of European Contract Law and Principles of European Tort Law: Comparison and Points o. .

Jaap Spier (E., Unification of Tort Law: Causation, Kluwer, The Hague, London, Boston, 2000. Ulrich Magnus (E., Unification of Tort Law: Damages, Kluwer, The Hague, London, Boston, 2001. Jaap Spier: La faisabilité d’un droit européen de la responsabilité delictuelle, in Franceso Milazzo (a cura di), Diritto romano e terzo millennio. Radici e prospettive dell’esperienza giuridica contemporanea, Napoli, Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 2004, p. 239-248. Reinhard Zimmermann: Principles of European Contract Law and Principles of European Tort Law: Comparison and Points of Contact, in: H. Koziol/B.

Unification of Tort Law book. Therefore, a group of tort lawyers, the 'European Group on Tort Law', proposes to address the fundamental questions underlying every tort law system. They aim at identifying these. The foundation of tort law in various Europen legal systems differ considerably.

Jaap Spier Unification of Tort Law: Causation, Principles of European Tort Law Unification of Tort Law: Strict Liability . This article addresses the principles of tort law that govern claims in respect of lost illegal earnings.

Jaap Spier Unification of Tort Law: Causation, Principles of European Tort Law Unification of Tort Law: Strict Liability Unification of Tort Law: Liability for Damage Caused by Others. It focuses on common law jurisdictions (and the law in the United Kingdom in particular) where such claims, despite apparently being commonplace, have been largely ignored by academics. It describes the existing law and calls in aid in this regard a four-fold taxonomy of cases.

European Group on Tort Law: Principles of European Tort La. Zimmermann, . Principles of European Contract Law and Principles of European Tort Law: Comparison and Points of Contact, I.

Koch, B. Koziol, H. (ed. : Unification of Tort Law: Strict Liability (2002)Google Scholar. Spier, J. (e. : The Limits of Expanding Liability: Eight Fundamental Cases in a Comparative Perspective (1998)Google Scholar. Principles of European Contract Law and Principles of European Tort Law: Comparison and Points of Contact, In: Koziol/Steininger (ed., European Tort Law 2004 2, (2005)Google Scholar.

9041113258 This item is: Unification of Tort Law: Causation,. ISBN: 9789041113252, Format: BC Paperback, softback. In summary, the book tries to make clear which is the common ground of causation that underlies all the legal systems concerned with respect to the law of tort as well as to teach the academic and practitioner the fundamental questions of causation underlying the law of tort in a particular country.

June 21, 2000, Kluwer Law International.

Unification of Tort Law:Causation (Principles of European Tort Law, .June 21, 2000, Kluwer Law International.

Principle of Tort Law - Free ebook download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read book online for free. The relationship between causation and remoteness of damage causation . 8 A typical examination problem The but for test Novus actus interveniens The dilemma principle The claimant was not responsible for his own acts The foreseeability of the intervening act Omissions.

The foundations of tort law and the law of damages differ considerably in the various European legal systems. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

The Principles of European Tort Law (PETL) are a compilation of guidelines by the European Group on Tort Law aiming at the harmonization of European tort law. They are not intended to serve as a model code, even though their wording may resemble statutory texts. At least with respect to form and structure, they resemble a .

The foundation of tort law in various Europen legal systems differ considerably. Untill now, there has not been an attempt to harmonize the entire field of tort law in a consistent manner. Therefore, a group of tort lawyers, the `European Group on Tort Law', proposes to address the fundamental questions underlying every tort law system. They aim at identifying these principles, thus searching for a common law of Europe, without the necessity yet to lay these principles down in formal legal texts, such as a European civil code.

Discussing the most relevant factors in establishing liability as wrongfulness, causation, damage, fault and the area of strict liability the group is concentrating on the topic `causation' in this book trying to combine theoretical abstract analysis with the discussion of concrete cases.

Firstly, the authors give an overview of causation under their national legal systems, especially by working out its concept and its importance in establishing liability. Secondly, concrete cases are solved. The following comparative conclusions aim at the co-ordination of the results and the supplementation of other important factors.

In summary, the book tries to make clear which is the common ground of causation that underlies all the legal systems concerned with respect to the law of tort as well as to teach the academic and practitioner the fundamental questions of causation underlying the law of tort in a particular country.