The law of delict in South Africa : private law Andre Mukheibir; Devina Perumal; Liezel Niesing. - 2nd ed. - Cape Town : Oxford, 2012. - xvii, 479 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

1. Introduction ; 2. Delict and the Constitution ; 3. Harm ; 4. Conduct ; 5. Factual Causation ; 6. Legal causation ; 7. Fault ; 8. Wrongfulness ; 9. Grounds of Justification ; 10. Liability in Contract excluding Action in Delict ; 11. Exclusion of Employers' Liability by the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1993 ; 12. Exemption Clauses ; 13. Prescription ; 14. Omissions ; 15. Negligent Misstatements ; 16. Pure Economic Harm ; 17. Interference with Contractual relations ; 18. Unlawful Competition ; 19. Product Liability ; 20. Breach of a statutory duty ; 21. Public authorities ; 22. Professional liability ; 23. Injury or death of another person ; 24. Road Accident Fund Act 56 of 1996 ; 25. Pain and suffering ; 26. Emotional shock ; 27. Infringements of bodily integrity ; 28. Infringements of dignity, privacy and identity ; 29. Infringements of reputation ; 30. Grounds of justification associated with infringements of personality interests ; 31. Strict liability ; 32. Vicarious liability ; 33. Damages, retraction and apology, and interdict ; 34. Reduction and apportionment of damages

The text will present an introductory, comprehensive overview of the field, and content is structured to meet broad curriculum requirements.

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Delicts
South Africa

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