The International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law, published in 17 volumes, is written by worldwide recognized leading specialists of comparative law. 16 of these volumes are devoted to one large area of private and commercial law, each of which is dealt with exclusively from a comparative law perspective, whereas the first volume provides reports on all the countries of the world, in alphabetical order, pertaining to the same subjects. Volume XI (in two part volumes) of the International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law is devoted to the general issues of tort law. The fourteen chapters of this volume offer an introduction into the law of tort, and deal with the prerequisites for liability, as well as remedies, the various types of damages and procedural questions.
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Table of Contents
Andre Tunc: Introduction - Jean Limpens, Robert M. Kruithof and Anne Meinertzhagen-Limpens: Liability of One's Own Act - Jean-Pierre le Gall: Liability for Persons Under Supervision - Gyula Eorsi: Private and Governmental Liability for the Torts of Employees and Organs - Ferdinand F. Stone: Liability For Damage Caused By Things - Panayotis J. Zepos, Phoebus Christodoulou: Professional Liability - A.M. Honore: Causation and Remoteness of Damage - Hans Stoll: Consequences of Liability: Remedies - Harvey Mc Gregor: Personal Injury and Death - Pierre-Dominique Ollier and Jean-Pierre le Gall: Various Damages - John Fleming: Collateral Denefits - Tony Weir: Complex Liabilities - J.A. Jolowicz: Procedural Questions - Andre Tunc: Traffic Accident Compensation: Law and Proposals