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Lecture 3 Liability law

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on 28 April 2016

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Transcript of Lecture 3 Liability law

Liability Law
Lecture 3
Example:
Liability
Contractual Liability
Fault based Liability in Civil Law families
Fault based liability
Strict Liability
-Damage to another
*Material damage
*Physical damage
*Financial damage
*Psychological damage (clear link)
-Caused by your action or your product.
-Contractual Liability
-Non contractual liability
Party A
Party B
Obligation (Pay)
Obligation (performance)
Before:
Non performance
- Performance (and/or compensation?)
- Compensation
After:
Liability due to non-performance
-Transactional damage
- Because of a described situation
For instance: Malfunctioning of a Laptop within the guarantee period
- Please check: the General Conditions
- Special consumer protection (example: EC product Liability Directive 85/374)
Act
Unlawfulness
Imputability
Causation (causal relationship + relativity)
Damages
strict liability
vs
Violation of right/
Violation of principle
*Material damage
*Physical damage
*Financial damage
*Psychological damage (clear link)
- Liability without fault
- Because of a described situation
Product liability
Animal liability
Employee Liability
Children Liability
Immovable tangible liability
Council Directive 85/374/EEC of 25 July 1985 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States concerning liability for defective products
Product? Art. 2.
Producer? Art. 3.
Strict Liability: Art. 4.
Defect: Art. 6.
Exceptions: Art. 7.
Damage: Art. 9.
THANK YOU!
Torts in Common Law families
e.g. trespass to the person, trespass to land, nuisance and defamation
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