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In case of civil liability one can usually differentiate between liability for the breach of contract and liability based on tort. Liability that arises from contractual relationship predicates the existence of contract concluded between parties, liability based on tort can occur in cases when general obligations to protect are violated. Contractual liability protects primarily the interests of parties to a contract towards the fulfilment (positive interest), liability based on tort protects person’s right that his absolute rights are not violated (negative interest). Despite of the fact that majority of the civil liability cases are based on the dichotomy of contractual law and tort law, it is clear that not all of the civil liability cases can be classified under those two systems of liability. There exist certain number of cases of...
Maria Anna Czartoryska, 1768-1854, Württenbergi printsess, kirjanik
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