Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/57632
Type of publication: Monografija / Monograph (K1a)
Field of Science: Teisė / Law (S001)
Author(s): Andersson, Håkan;Askeland, Bjarte;Avramov, Philippe;Bagińska, Ewa;Borghetti, Jean-Sébastien;Cirtautienė, Solveiga;Coggiola, Nadia;Dacoronia, Eugenia;Dubuisson, Bernard;Dulak, Anton;Durant, Isabelle C;Gardella Tedeschi, Bianca;Graziadei, Michele;Hakalehto-Wainio, Suvianna;Hogg, Martin A;Hrádek, Jirí;Józon, Mónika;Kadner Graziano, Thomas;Karner, Ernst;Koch, Bernhard A;Koziol, Helmut;Lahe, Janno;Lindenbergh, Siewert;Martens, Sebastian AE;Martín-Casals, Miquel;Meissel, Franz-Stefan;Menyhárd, Attila;Mokrejs, Caroline;Nesterowicz, Mirosław;Oliphant, Ken;Pereira, André;Quill, Eoin;Ribot, Jordi;Schmitz, Nicolas;Selelionytė-Drukteinienė, Simona;Siig, Kristina;Tampuu, Tambet;Tanev, Konstantin;Tichý, Luboš;Torgans, Kalvis;Ulfbeck, Vibe;Veloso, Maria Manuel;Vos, Henriët Th;Winiger, Bénédict;Zimmermann, Reinhard;Kiršienė, Julija
Title: Essential cases on damage / editors Benedict Winiger, Helmut Koziol, Bernhard A. Koch, Reinhard Zimmermann
Extent: 1175 p
Publishing data: Berlin De Gruyter
Boston :
Date: 2011
Series/Report no.: (Digest of European tort law, Vol. 2 1869-6570)
Note: Bibliogr. išnašose
Keywords: Teisė Lietuvos;Teismo sprendimai;Lietuva;Lithuanian law;Court decisions;Damages
ISBN: 9783110248487
Abstract: The increasing Europeanisation of the law of delict/torts has produced textbooks, casebooks, monographs, and also sets of model rules of a genuinely European character. A major gap still existing today relates to the experiences gathered in the national legal systems over the past decades. The present work attempts to fill this gap for one key element of tort law: the notion of damage. It thus does what the previous volume in the ‘Digest of European Tort Law’ series did for another key element, ie natural causation. Once again, the publication contains a selection of the most important cases decided in 26 states across Europe as well as by the European Court of Justice. For each case the facts and the relevant court decision are presented, and the decision is analysed within the wider context of the development of the respective legal system. In addition, the editors provide comparative analyses of the case law reported in this volume concerning all the specific problems raised under the heading of damage. The publication also looks into how key cases would be resolved under the European model rules drafted in the field of tort law; and it also highlights cases from earlier periods of legal history. The editors believe that the material gathered here may provide guidance for an organic convergence of the national legal systems in Europe. It constitutes the basis of an acquis commun that is infinitely richer (though also much more complex) than the rather bland and abstract concepts contained in national codifications, European legislation, and the modern model rules
Internet: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110248494
https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110248494
Affiliation(s): Mykolo Romerio universitetas
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Teisės fakultetas
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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