Tort Law

Tort Law A Comparative Introduction

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Publisher's Synopsis

This accessible textbook provides an introductory guide to tort law, with a structured explanation of the key concepts and doctrines. Using a comparative approach, the discussion is illustrated with case law and provisions from three key jurisdictions: England, France and Germany. With liberal reference to other codes and cases from around the world, the book gives readers a contextual understanding and will appeal to classes with a global outlook.

Key Features:

  • Examples of different solutions show how tort law is implemented in a variety of jurisdictions

  • Direct comparison of legal systems helps readers to match different kinds of property or damage in civil and common law systems

  • Translated provisions from codes and statutes facilitate access to the systems of French and German law in particular

  • Clarification of corresponding concepts and terminology, as well as guidelines and examples to help readers find their way in a legal environment that is not restricted to a single jurisdiction

  • Introductory guidance to tort law systems outside Europe

Providing readers with a working knowledge of major tort law systems as well as a greater understanding of the main concepts in tort law, this textbook will be an important resource for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Book information

ISBN: 9781803924373
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Imprint: Edward Elgar Publishing
Pub date:
DEWEY: 346.03
DEWEY edition: 23
Language: English
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 440g
Height: 168mm
Width: 244mm
Spine width: 16mm