Tortious Liability vs Contractual Liability. Comparative View
Keywords:tortious civil liability, contractual civil liability, the New Civil Code, obligations
To speak of responsibility and accountability in human actions is to bring together two disciplines: philosophy and law. The society we live in is based on knowledge, one in which human values have transformed, relativism being an element that outlines certain justifications of the individual for their actions. The same is not the case in law, where everyone is accountable and responsible for their actions. In this paper we will bring to the forefront the tortious liability vs. contractual liability.
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