The Modernization of Civil Law Institutions: Civil Liability, Property and Contract

The Modernization of Civil Law Institutions: Civil Liability, Property and Contract

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    string(1300) "This work analyzes the treatment and contributions of Latin American law to specific problems that are the object of continuous discussion in the doctrine and jurisprudence.  To this end, the authors identify as principal issues of concerns: strict liability for hazardous activities in Colombian jurisprudence and in European tort law, the method of property transfer of merchandise in international trade, and contract withdrawal in European and American civil codes. The choice of a comparative study approach is dlle to the innovative proposals in contract and tort law adopted in some of the most important harmonization documents of European lawthat have been published since the middle ofthe twentieth century, These serve as reference sources for Latin American academics who seek to project the reach and evolution of contract and liability law within the Roman-Germanic tradition, as related to the current needs of Latin American law. 
Thus, some ofthe civil liability problems this research book examines related to property and contract reveal the breadth and detail oftheir treatment, in order to propose an enriching debate to visualize a general perspective of its morphology and treatment. 

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Introduction
Chapter 1. Toward a Reconstrudion of Strict Liability Law through Colombia n Jurisprudence Preliminary eonsiderations The legislative formula of article 2356 ofthe Colombian Civil Code and its jurisprudential interpretation Characterization of hazardous aetivities and its effeets for the attribution of liability in the jurisprudential interpretation of artiele 2356 ofthe Colombian Civil CodeStriet liability for risk through an examination ofColombianjurisprudence Hazardous aetivities and striet liability for injury: the potential for injury Hazardous aetivities and the use of presumptions in Colombian jurisprudenceFinal eonsiderations
Chapter 2. Presumptions in the Context of Civil Responsibility and their Application in Colombian JurisprudencePreliminary eonsiderationsCivilliability derived from dangerous aetivities in Colombia Foundation and definition Evolution of liability derived from dangerous aetivities in Colombia Presumptions and their treatment in the Colombian legal system Legal nature Classification of presumptions  Presumptions in the eontext of civil 1 iability The presumption of liability  The presumption of faultStrict liabilityEvidentiary activity in the context of liability for dangerous activities Effects ofthe presumption of article 2356 ofthe Civil Code Altematives to proving liability for hazardous activities in the General Procedure Code Final considerations 
Chapter 3. The method to transfer ownership of merchandise in international trade Preface and panormnaThe intemational trend Closing refiections 
Chapter 4. European law of civil liabilityThe paradigms of European law of civil liability The Italian evolution offault-based and faultless liability in European harmonization projectsThe impact of the PETL and CFR in the Italian legal framework Closing Refiections Chapter 5. The right to withdrawal due to breach of contract in European and South American civil codes Preliminary considerations Withdrawal from contract for breach Withdrawal of contract in general Conventional withdrawalLegislative withdrawal Toward witbdrawal within tbe framework ofthe general theory of contractConcluding remarks
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  1. Nombre
    • María Paula Godoy Casasbuenas

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    • Stella Valbuena García

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      editorial@ucatolica.edu.co

      Socióloga, con extensa trayectoria en el campo editorial universitario, en procura de su posicionamiento, como medio por excelencia que propicia la conservación, difusión y apropiación de los saberes académicos por parte de las comunidades y la sociedad en general. Profesora universitaria en las áreas de humanidades y sociología urbana.

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    • Olenka Woolcott Olague

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    • Diego Fernando Monje Mayorca

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    • Ramón Antonio Peláez Hernández

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    • Giovanni Comandé

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  7. Nombre
    • Rómulo Morales Hervias

    • Abogado por la Universidad de Lima. Magíster por la Universidad de Roma Tor Vergata (Roma II).  Doctor en Derecho por la PUCE.