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This paper attempts to investigate the question of the norms of cautiousness in criminal law. It appears that while in civil law countries the breach of those norms, manifested in external conduct, is a necessary premise for stating that an agent has committed an unintentional crime, common law...
The book herein reviewed – ‘The Aims of Tort Law. Chinese and European Perspectives’, edited by Helmut Koziol and published by Jan Sramek Verlag in 2017 – offers something that is much needed: a comparative study of tort law functions that, additionally, focuses on China. On the basis of that...
In 2014, the Commission published a proposal for a Directive that introduces a single- member private limited liability company, under a common label: Societas Unius Personae (sup), into the national legislation of the eu-Member States. In this publication it is examined what kind of legal forms...
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