Law of Delict
The eighth edition of Law of Delict is a comprehensive revision and update of Neethling-Potgieter-Visser Law of Delict (7th edition, 2015) in light of new legal authority and literature which naturally necessit
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The eighth edition of Law of Delict is a comprehensive revision and update of Neethling-Potgieter-Visser Law of Delict (7th edition, 2015) in light of new legal authority and literature which naturally necessitated an adaptation of legal principles and theoretical points of view. In particular, special attention was given to the continuing debate on delictual principles that has taken place in academic and judicial circles since the appearance of the previous edition, especially on the relationship between wrongfulness, negligence and legal causation.
Table of contents
Introduction to the law of delict
1 - General introduction
General principles of the law of delict
2 - Conduct
3 - Wrongfulness
4 - Fault (and contributory fault)
5 - Causation
6 - Damage
7 - Delictual remedies
8 - Joint wrongdoers
Specific forms of delict
9 - Specific forms of damnum iniuria datum
10 - Specific forms of iniuria
11 - Forms of liability without fault