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This front matter section of the book Contributory Negligence: A Historical and Comparative Study presents the table of contents, acknowledgments and a list of abbreviations. The book shows how cases in which the injured party's own act was considered to have contributed to the damage were solved dogmatically. France and the German Empire were chosen to be studied because they produced influential codes of substantive (and procedural) civil law.

Keywords: civil law; France Empire; German Empire

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