Lying in the centre of legal scrutiny, civil liability is a “fascinating lady” to
whom the passage of time and the progressive fragmentation of contemporary law
cannot diminish its power of seduction.
As beautifully, civil liability is the key to the general theory of obligations, the
pillar on which the whole construction of civil law is based. In this context, it
would seem that the attempt to present civil responsibility in its dynamics in the
last century is doomed to failure. But appearances are deceptive - at least in this
area. From the classic question: there is contractual civil liability or forced
execution through the equivalent of the obligation, going through the conditions of
liability and assessing damages, reaching the topical question - who is responsible
for damages caused by robots - to whom the future will respond - all highlight the
dynamics of contractual civil liability.
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