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Comparative Study of Civil Responsibility of act of animals in jurisprudence and law
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Civil Liability for Animals have been a subject of human society history. This responsibility which is under the Liability for Objects and have been mentioned in Islamic Republic of Iran's civil law, nevertheless has not been separately investigated. Regarding the fact of adopting animals in everyday life this article aims to investigate this liability in the Sharia and Civil Law of some Islamic countries, French and England through a comparative study. The criterions to distinct the possessor and the owner is discussed. Several manifestation of liability arising from animals that are kept (owned or protected), which have not been considered or mentioned in Iran's civil law, are discussed referring to the applicable sharia. It is explained that in some specific cases (situations) there will be no liability to the owner or the protector of the object (animal in these case) and other liabilities. All the general rules of tortious liability apply to animals in much the same way as they apply to other chattels.
Keywords: responsibility, animal, owner, protection, fault.
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Comparative Study of Civil Responsibility of act of animals in jurisprudence and law. 3. 2018; 9 (4)
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