Edited by Paula Giliker
Chapter 12: A ‘European’ tort law? Comparative thoughts on an ‘essentially contested’ private law institution
On a comparative reading, Europeanization is a phenomenon that adds to, and exacerbates, the criticality of tort as a private law institution whose boundaries are, as ever, deeply contested.
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