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Topical Issues Concerning Obligations to Compensate for Personal Injury – Theory and Practice

Student: Anastasiya Makulova

Supervisor: Anna A. Ivanova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2017

The present research belongs to traditional studies of obligation to compensate for personal injury. However it deals with a wide range of current problems, which appear in court practice. The project will help to reveal topical trends in that area of law from the theoretical and practical point of view. The approaches used are powerful tools for searching and analysis of information. The results anticipated could lead to advance our understanding of the nature of obligation to compensate for damage to life and health and they also could be helpful for practical purposes. Studies of that legal institute are intended to elucidate some pressing issues and therefore to offer opportunities for further investigations. Moreover they can be used in legal practice of lawyers. Further research in this area would be fruitful and lead to new thinking about the value of human’s life and health.

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