The Law of Obligations
This discussion of the law of obligations is divided into three parts: the law of contract, the law of delict, and Quasi-contracts and Enrichissement Sans Cause. The first part considers the creation and the effects of contracts. The second part considers the liability of personal fault, liability for the ‘actions of things’, liability for another person’s action, special liability regimes, causation, and harm. The last part examines the unrequested management of another person’s affairs, recovery of ‘undue payments’, Enrichissement Sans Cause, and restitution as between parties to a failed contract.
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