Student's Sourcebook on State Legal Liability

State legal liability is an important topic in many countries: England, South Africa, India and Zimbabwe among others. The book examines areas where conventional wisdom agree on state liability: delict (tort) and contract. It also looks at contentious areas such as statutory and constitutional breaches. This book is a resource tool for students and avid readers of the law on state legal liability. State liability, accountability and responsibility are increasingly becoming key aspects in international and municipal law. State legal liability justify why it now competes with individual sovereignty (under the human rights system). An examination of areas such as contract, delict and constitutional law provides students with justifications on how and why states, or their functionaries can be made liable for their actions and conduct on private individuals. This book is designed for students undertaking administration and political science courses, whether full or part time.
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