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Civil Liability of Single Executive for Losses Caused to a Business Entity

Student: Elena Kupriianova

Supervisor: Evgeniia Shliagina

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The bachelor thesis is devoted to the sole executive body’s responsibility for losses caused to a business entity. In the first chapter of the work, the features of the director’s status are considered, the content of the fiduciary duties is examined, and the features of the director’s responsibility are analyzed. The second chapter of the work contains an analysis of problematic issues of the civil offense, as well as a study of the concept of "ordinary business risk". Special attention is paid to the problematic issues of the director’s liability insurance for losses. The paper contains proposals on the issue of determining the jurisdiction of disputes with the participation of the director, conclusions are drawn regarding the problems of interpreting evaluative concepts and problems associated with the civil offense.

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