3 edition of Tort law in Poland, Germany and Europe found in the catalog.
Tort law in Poland, Germany and Europe
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Bettina Heiderhoff, Grzegorz Żmij.|
|Contributions||Heiderhoff, Bettina., Żmij, Grzegorz.|
|LC Classifications||KJC1640.A6 T67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 187 p.;|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||2009289313|
The European Tort Law Yearbook provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in tort law in Europe. It contains reports on most EU Member States, including the new Member States the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bulgaria and Romania. The first part of the book, Systems of Liability, begins with chapters on the state of tort law in France, Germany, and England, and the European Union. A concluding chapter provides an overall view of the European field, linking the variety of rules with cultural diversity, examining the consequences for European harmonization, and emphasizing.
About the series: Principles of European Tort Law. The series Principles of European Tort Law of the European Group on Tort Law contributes to the advancement and harmonisation of tort law in Europe. The Group’s members are leading academics from civil law, common law and mixed legal systems who believe that the advancement of European tort law is of major relevance to European citizens and. Table of Contents for European tort law / Cees Van Dam, available from the Library of Congress. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher.
2. On the possibility of compensation of non-pecuniary damage to a close person in general R. Zimmermann has noted in a book on the practice of the law of . Lea Löbel, Comparative Tort Law Week 3 Basic elements of German Tort Law Fault liability Strict liability General Rules Strict Liabilty Gefährdungshaftung -> in form of specific acts Exception: § BGB -> keeping luxury animal Acts include railways, cars, aeroplanes.
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Get this from a library. Tort law in Poland, Germany and Europe. [Bettina Heiderhoff; Grzegorz Żmij;] -- "This book represents the outcome of a conference, which was attended by Polish and German scholars and discusses miscellaneous topics, relating to current problems in tort law, that prove crucial in.
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The first part of the book, Systems of Liability, begins with chapters on the state of tort law in France, Germany, and England, and the European Union. A concluding chapter provides an overall view of the European field, linking the variety of rules with cultural diversity, examining the consequences for European harmonization, and emphasizing Cited by: As Europe merged politically, a common European tort law also emerged.
In the middle of the 20th Century, European Tort law in Poland law was varied and a common European tort law was non-existent. Only in the beginning of the 21st did it start to take shape. Background. The ideas on the harmonisation of European Tort Law also vary drastically.
Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this book provides ready access to how the legal dimension of prevention against harm and loss allocation is treated in traditional branch of law not only tackles questions which concern every lawyer, whatever his legal expertise, but also concerns each person’s most fundamental rights on a worldwide scale.
The European Group on Tort Law, sometimes called the Spier/Koziol group, is an academic group devoted to revising tort principles that are supposed to be common to Europe. In Jaap Spier, who at the time was a professor of law at the Universiteit van Tilburg, called together a group of scholars to discuss fundamental questions of tort law on a comparative basis.
European Tort Law. Second Edition. Cees van Dam. The only English-language volume providing a detailed, comparative introduction to European Tort Law; Examines French, German, English, and EU tort law in conjunction with the European Convention on Human Rights.
To be recommended is the special issue of the Journal of European Tort Law (JETL) on Cultures of Tort Law in Europe: Ken Oliphant, ‘Culture of Tort Law in Europe’ () 3 JETL ; Jean-Sébastien Borghetti, ‘The Culture of Tort Law in France’ () 3 JETL ; Jörg Fedtke, ‘The Culture of German Tort Law’ () 3 JETL, ; Håkan Andersson, ‘The Tort Law Culture.
The European Tort Law Yearbook provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in tort law in Europe. It contains reports on the developments in most EU Member States, including the new Member States the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia - as well as Norway and Switzerland.
Welcome. to EUROTORT, the first comprehensive database of European cases on tort law. This web-based research tool shall allow both researchers as well as practitioners to access the vast wealth of jurisprudence on tort law throughout Europe in a single language (English) and with a.
Book Description. The book explores, from a comparative and inter-disciplinary perspective, the relationship between fundamental rights and private law in Europe, a debate usually referred to as Drittwirkung or ‘horizontal effect of fundamental rights’.
It discusses the different models of ‘horizontal effect’ and the impact that fundamental rights may have in shaping tort law. The European Tort Law Yearbook provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in tort law in Europe.
It contains reports on the developments in most EU Member States, including the new Member States the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia – as well as Norway and Switzerland. Individual country reports analyse the implementation of the Directive in the domestic law of several EU and EEA Member States (namely Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, and Switzerland) and the relationship of the implemented rules with the already existing rules of tort law.
Cambridge Core - European Law - Causation in European Tort Law - edited by Marta Infantino. The first part of the book, Systems of Liability, provides chapters on the state of tort law in France, Germany, and England, and the European Union. A concluding chapter gives an overall view of the European field, linking the variety of rules with cultural diversity, examining the consequences for European harmonization, and emphasizing the Reviews: 3.
The European Group on Tort Law (formerly also called "Tilburg Group") is a group of scholars in the area of tort law established in The group meets regularly to discuss fundamental issues of tort law liability as well as recent developments and the future directions of the law of tort.
Get this from a library. European tort law [Barbara C Steininger; Helmut Koziol; Håkan Andersson; European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law.; Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften.
Forschungstelle für Europäisches Schadenersatzrecht.; et al] -- This text provides a comprehensive overview of the developments in tort law in Europe. Corporate Liability in Europe January Introduction 1 Belgium 4 Czech Republic 7 France 10 Germany 13 Italy 16 Luxembourg 20 The Netherlands 23 Poland 26 Romania 29 Slovak Republic 32 Spain 35 UK 38 The Netherlands: Joost ToninoIf you would like to know more about the +31 Joost Heurkens +31 The European Tort Law Yearbook provides a comprehensive overview of the most significant developments in tort law in Europe in It contains reports on court decisions, new legislation, and interesting literature from most EU Member States alongside contributions from Norway and Switzerland.
XXII. Portugal. Manso, Luís Duarte / Sá, Filipa Almeno de Page Published Online: 01/19/Principles of European Tort Law 9 on the one hand and the scope of liability (Article ) on the other. (3) When reduced according to paragraph (1)(b), strict liability and any liability of the third party are solidary in accordance with Article (1)(b).
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