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Obligations Resulting from Harm to Health in the Provision of Medical Services

Student: Kseniya Burlak

Supervisor: Evgeniia Shliagina

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This paper is devoted to a comprehensive study of obligations resulting from harm to health in the provision of medical services. The author considered the concept and nature of obligations resulting from harm to health, as well as the conditions for their occurrence. The types of civil liability in this area (contractual and tort liability), the structure and content of tort obligations were analyzed. Special attention was paid to the actual problems of compensation for harm, as well as to the specific basis for the occurrence of obligations – medical error. The study analyzed doctrinal sources, current legislation, and Russian and foreign judicial practice.

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