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The Guilt in the Russian Civil Law

Student: Anastasiya Sokolova

Supervisor: Anna A. Ivanova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

A great number of studies is devoted to the Institute of guilt, but the concept of guilt and other issues directly related to the category of guilt has been the subject of incessant discussion for many years. There appeared two opposite approaches to the definition of guilt in legal doctrine: subjective and objective. These concepts are analyzed in this research. The study also was focused on the forms of guilt and the features of the legal entity guilt. The paper also considers cases of compensation of harm by a person who is not the harm-doer. Despite the fact that guilt is the condition of civil liability, civil law allows the liability without guilt in some cases. The paper proposes possible solutions to existing problems.

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