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One’s Own Tortious Act

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This chapter contains several articles concerning tortious act. It is divided into three sections. The first section relates to torts against rights to dignity, and contains articles such as those on infringement of the right to life, and infringement of the body right and the right of health. The second section concerns the infringement of property rights and property interest or mental health interest. This section includes articles on the infringement of property rights, infringement of the contract by a third party, and infringement of mental health interest. The third section relates to the liability of expert, and concerns articles including those on the expert and practice activities of the expert, liability of the expert, and expert's duty of care.

Keywords: body right; infringement; mental health interest; tortious act



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