International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Tort Law Online
Each monograph follows the outline below: The Author. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography Part I. Liability for One's Own Acts. 1. General Principles. 2. Specific Cases of Liability (are all tort feasors subject to the same rules). Part II. Liability for Acts of Others. 1. Vicarious Liability. 2. Liability of Parents, Teachers and Instructors. 3. Liability for Handicapped Persons. 4. Liability for Things and Animals. Part III. Forms of Strict Liability. 1. Road and Traffic Accidents. 2. Product Liability. 3. Liability for Service. 4. Environmental Liability. 5. Others. Part IV. Defenses and Exception Clauses. 1. Limitation of Action (suspension and interruption). 2. Grounds of Justification. 3. Contributory Fault. 4. Exemption Clauses. Part V. Causation. Part VI. Remedies. 1. General Principles. 2. Kinds of Damages. 3. Assessment and Compensation of Damages. 4. Personal Injury and Death. 5. Various Damages (property) . 6. Interference with Collateral Benefits. 7. Other Remedies. Index Current Contents FRONT MATTER: International Advisory Board; Encyclopaedias and Editors; Introducing the International Encyclopaedia of Laws; Curriculum Vitae of the General Editor. GENERAL SECTION: List of Contributors; Introducing the International Encyclopaedia of Tort Law; Curriculum Vitae of the Editor. NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS: Austria, by Prof. Dr. W. Posch; Botswana, by Dr. C. Fombad; Canada, by Hon. Mr. Justice A. M. Linden and Hon. Mr. Justice J.-L. Baudouin; China, by H. Shan; England, by Prof. A. Dugdale; Germany, by Prof. G. Spindler, Dr. O. Riekers; Hellas, by M. C. Canellopoulou-Bottis; India, by Prof. S. Narayan; Israel, by Prof. Dr. I. Gilead; Italy, by P. G. Monateri, F. A. Chiaves; Serbia & Montenegro, by D Nikoli´c; The Philippines, by Prof. C. Sison; United Kingdom, Prof. Tony Dugdale; Zimbabwe, by Prof. G. Feltoe.