Volume XI: Torts | Chapter 2 (1980): Liability of One’s Own Act
Completed in April 1974; a few subsequent developments have been taken into account.
Jean Limpens, Robert M. Kruithof, Anne Meinertzhagen-Limpens
193. Introductory remark. – What persons are likely to be partially or completely absolved from liability in tort, because their mental faculties are impaired, or even non-existent?
Although there are innumerable slightly different types, for present purposes it seems to be po…