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Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 22/11/2014
Version 2013-2014
HULG0173-1  Comparative Tort Law

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Bachelor in Law, 2nd year7
Bachelor in Law, 3rd year7
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English language
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The main objective of the course constitutes to provide students with cases and materials and comparative literature, which should allow them to discover and appreciate the main differences and similarities between German, French and Dutch private law in comparison with the common law of England in the light of harmonisation of European tort law.
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Contacts :  
Coordinator: Gerrit van Maanen



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