Comparing tort and crime : learning from across and within legal systems /

"The fields of tort and crime have much in common in practice, particularly in how they both try to respond to wrongs and regulate future behaviour. Despite this commonality in fact, fascinating difficulties have hitherto not been resolved about how legal systems co-ordinate (or leave wild) the...

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Other Authors: Dyson, Matthew, 1982- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction / Matthew Dyson
  • 2. England's splendid isolation / Matthew Dyson and John Randall
  • 3. The quest for balance between tort and crime in French law / Valérie Malabat and Véronique Wester-Ouisse
  • 4. Delictual liability and criminal liability in German/ Phillip Hellwege and Petra Wittig
  • 5. Crime and tort in Sweden: theoretical distinction, practical connection / Sandra Friberg and Martin Sunnqvist
  • 6. Blurred borders in Spanish tort and crime / Lorena Bachmaier Winter, Carlos Gómez-Jara Díez and Albert Ruda Gónzalez
  • 7. Mixing and matching in Scottish delict and crime / John Blackie and James Chalmers
  • 8. The Dutch crush on compensating crime victims / Ivo Giesen, François Kristen and Renée Kool
  • 9. Australia: a land of plenty (of legislative regimes) / Kylie Burns, Arlie Loughnan, Mark Lunney and Sonya Willis
  • 10. Tortious apples and criminal oranges / Matthew Dyson.