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005    20181217142549.0 
008    180925s2017    sa a     b    001 0 eng d 
010    2018377367 
020    9780190411480|q(pbk) 
020    0190411481|q(pbk) 
035    (OCoLC)on1024080485 
040    Z@L|beng|cZ@L|erda|dZ@L|dOCLCF|dP4A|dOCLCA|dDLC|dAS 
042    lccopycat 
050 00 KTL834|b.L39 2017 
082 04 346.6803|223 
245 04 The law of delict in South Africa /|cMax Loubser (ed.), 
       Rob Midgley (ed.) ; Phumelele Jabavu, James Linscott, 
       André Mukheibir, Liezel Niesing, Devina Perumal, Priya P. 
       Singh, Bernard Wessels 
250    Third edition 
264  1 Cape Town, South Africa :|bOxford University Press 
       Southern Africa (Pty) Limited,|c2017 
300    xxiv, 618 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    "Private law." 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 577-581) and 
505 1  Introductory overview -- General principles: Primarily 
       fact-based issues -- General principles: Primarily 
       normative issues -- Exclusions -- Special forms of 
       liability involving patrimonial harm, and pain and 
       suffering -- Special forms of liability: Psychological or 
       emotional harm -- Special forms of liability: Personality 
       interests -- Strict and vicarious liability -- Remedies 
       and opportionment -- Statutory forms of compensation 
520    "The book is a true student textbook that combines a 
       strong theoretical foundation with a practical applied 
       approach. A clear, concise yet rigorous introduction to 
       the general principles of delictual law. Revised and 
       updated, the second edition focuses more strongly on 
       problem solving application. The text supports learning 
       and the development of independent academic skills through
       various learning features which bring an applied, critical
       and reflective approach to the content. The structure of 
       the book reflects the logical and systematic process of 
       enquiry that is followed when assessing or preparing for a
       delictual matter, and it reflects clearly the distinctions
       between the Aquilian action, Germanic action and Actio 
       iniuriarum. Pedagogically developed as a learning resource
       for students with varying backgrounds and skills levels. 
       Supported by ancillary teaching materials which assist in 
       teaching and learning."--Publisher's website 
650  0 Torts|zSouth Africa 
650  7 Torts.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01152931 
651  7 South Africa.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204616 
700 1  Loubser, M. M.,|eeditor 
700 1  Midgley, J. R.,|eeditor 
700 1  Jabavu, Phumelele,|eauthor      
700 1  Linscott, James,|eauthor  
700 1  Mukheibir, André,|eauthor  
700 1  Niesing, Liezel,|eauthor  
700 1  Perumal, Devina,|eauthor  
700 1  Singh, Priya P.,|eauthor  
700 1  Wessels, Bernard,|eauthor 
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