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International Liability for the Injurious Consequences of Acts Not Prohibited by International Law and Protection of the Environment (Volume 247)

(35,638 words)

Author(s): Barboza, Julio
Barboza, Julio Keywords: Environmental protection | Environmental pollution | Environmental damage | Accountability | Transboundary pollution | State responsibility | Civil liability | Mots clefs: Responsabilité | Pollution transfrontière | Protection de la nature et de l environnement | ABSTRACT Customary international law on liability for the injurious consequences of acts not prohibited by international law is not fully developed. In this course, the author considers the relationship between liability and the international law of e…

Réflexions sur les principes généraux de la responsabilité civile des pays socialistes sous l’aspect du droit international privé (Volume 139)

(16,506 words)

Author(s): Czachórski, Witold
Czachórski, Witold Keywords: Socialist countries | Civil liability | Private international law | Mots clefs: Pays socialistes | Responsabilité civile | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT Witold Czachorski, Director of the Institute of Civil Law at the University of Warsaw, studies the mutual relations between private international law and substantive civil law in his course, from the perspective of the general principles of civil liability of socialist countries. Witold Czachórski, directeur de l'Institut de droit civil de l'Université de Varsovie, étudie dans…

Liability for Ultra-Hazardous Activities in International Law (Volume 117)

(33,699 words)

Author(s): Wilfred Jenks, C.
Wilfred Jenks, C. Keywords: Civil liability | State responsibility | Mots clefs: Responsabilité civile | Responsabilité des Etats | ABSTRACT C. Wilfried Jenks points out in his introduction that there are a growing number of exceptions to the principle that liability under international law is solely based on fault. Are these exceptions considered as anomalies or indicative of a modification of the principle? C. Wilfried Jenks attempts to answer to the questions in his course, by successively studying the aviation …