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Roman law, quasi-delicts, obligations quasi ex delicto, liability of the judge, iudex qui litem suam facit, Gaius, Justinian
defamation, negligence, English law, tort law, taxonomy, reputation
Unjust enrichment, enrichment without ground, French law, quasi-contracts, condictio indebiti, solutio indebiti, negotiorum gestio, restitution, unjustified enrichment, enrichissement sans cause, enrichissement injustifié, quasi-contrats, droit français, gestion d'affaires, paiement de l'indu
Defamation, reputation, English law, law reform
defamation, defences, truth, fair comment, honest opinion, bare comment, qualified privilege, absolute privilege, responsible journalism, responsible publication
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Defamation, defences, truth, fair comment, privilege, responsible publication
defamation, libel, Defamation Act 2013, serious harm, responsible journalism, publication on matter of public interest, fair comment, honest opinion
Defamation, Truth, Veritas, Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, Reputation, Privacy, Iniuria, Lord Campbell
Iniuria, insult, contempt, Roman law, English law, mixed legal systems, actio iniuriarum, Roman law of delict, corpus, fama, dignitas, harassment and hubris, Dareau, actio legis Aquiliae, actio de damno dato, Scots law, South African law
possession, interdicts, consequences of possession, custody, detention, possession of rights, quasi-possession, civil possession, natural possession
defamation, verbal injuries, truth, veritas, public benefit, South African law, actio iniuriarum
Roman law, quasi-delicts, obligations quasi ex delicto, civil wrongs, culpa, summa divisio, Gaius, Justinian, delictum
tort law, defences, conventionalism, justification, self-defence, privilege, consent, defamation, immunity, limitation
defamation, defences, truth, belief in truth, iniuria, malice, animus iniuriandi, qualified privilege, responsible publication, publication on matter of public interest, negligence
Roman law, obligations, Peter Birks
defamation, iniuria, insult, feelings, juridical persons, personality rights, reputation, consequential loss, solatium, actio iniuriarum, actio legis aquiliae, actio de damno dato, Fama, dignitas, declaration of falsity
solatium, feelings, protected interests, aggravated damages, solace, punishment, compensation, personality rights, loss, damnum, iniuria, actio iniuriarum, Fatal Accidents Act 1846, dignitas
defamation, Reynolds privilege, responsible journalism, responsible publication on matter of public interest, malice, Australian law, Defamation Act 1909 (NSW), Macintosh v Dun
Torts and Rights, Robert Stevens, tort, taxonomy, rights, protected interests, negligence, responsabilité civile, droit anglais, intérêts protégés
Legal education, Scotland
amende honorable, apologies, Roman-Dutch law, public penance, restorative justice, Melius de Villiers, defamation, iniuria, palinodia, retractatio, deprecatio
English law, common law, equity, tort, compensatory damages, punitive damages, restitutionary damages, rights in REM
European private law, harmonisation, Öffentlichkeit, European law, comparative law
Oxford Regius Chair of Civil Law, Otto Lenel, H. F. Jolowicz, David Daube, Tony Honoré, Peter Birks
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