Undoing Delict: The South African Law of Delict Under the Constitution

Undoing Delict: The South African Law of Delict Under the Constitution
Undoing Delict: The South African Law of Delict Under the Constitution

Undoing Delict: The South African Law of Delict Under the Constitution

Anton Fagan has taught the South African law of delict for twenty years and has written extensively on the subject. Undoing Delict: The South African Law of Delict under the Constitution includes his ten best previously published articles and essays. They deal with a range of topics, such as wrongfulness, causation, pure economic loss, and defamation.

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  • Title: Undoing Delict: The South African Law of Delict Under the Constitution
  • Author: Anton Fagan
  • Publisher: Juta
  • Country of Origin: South Africa
  • Publication Year: 2018
  • ISBN: 9781485126478
  • Bib. Info: Paperback; 318pp

Anton Fagan has taught the South African law of delict for twenty years and has written extensively on the subject. Undoing Delict: The South African Law of Delict under the Constitution includes his ten best previously published articles and essays. They deal with a range of topics, such as wrongfulness, causation, pure economic loss, and defamation. Several of the contributions investigate the impact of the Constitution, or of certain Constitutional Court judgments, on the law of delict or a part thereof. In addition, Undoing Delict includes a previously unpublished essay in which Fagan develops a new explanation of what it means for intentional harm-causing conduct to be wrongful.

Many of the views put forward in this book are controversial and their defence against contrary views is at times robust. But the aim throughout is to deepen or advance our understanding of important and interesting, and in some instances puzzling, aspects of the South African law of delict.

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