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Quasi Tort: Liability Without Fault

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This chapter on quasi tort: liability without fault contains several articles concerning damages caused bythings, damage caused by environmental pollution and dangerous Work, etc., damage caused by vehicles and other high-speed transport, and product liability. Some of the articles include damage caused by buildings; damage caused by environmental pollution, liability when a vehicle injures a pedestrian, liability of seller, and joint and several liabilities. If buildings or any other structures and the things placed or hung on them collapse, detach or break off and cause damages to another person, the possessor shall be responsible for the civil liability. If environmental pollution causes damages to others, the person who discharges the pollution shall be responsible for the civil liability. The vehicle keeper shall be responsible for the liability for the damages to the pedestrian which are caused by the vehicle in operation.

Keywords: liability; quasi tort



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