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Journal:   JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW (LAW RESEARCH QUARTERLY) (LAW & POLITICS RESEARCH JOURNAL)   SUMMER 2011 , Volume 13 , Number 33; Page(s) 79 To 98.
 
Paper: 

WHEN DECEIT CAN BE A TORT (A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN IRAN AND ENGLAND LAW)

 
 
Author(s):  SHAFIE ALVIJE GHASEM*
 
* TEHRAN UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

In this paper, it is tried to consider when deceit can be a tort, as deceit is a source of responsibility in Iran law which deducted from jurisprudence, we will study its condition and requirement in Iran and England law as two different legal systems.
Civil responsibility means the condition of creation the claim for victim.
There is not main difference between deceit in Iran law and fraudulent misrepresentation in England law.
Differences are related to effect of existence of omission and inefficiency of wrongdoer’s knowledge in Iran for establishing responsibility.

 
Keyword(s): DECEIT, CAUSALITY, TORT, MISREPRESENTATION
 
 
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APA: Copy

SHAFIE ALVIJE, G. (2011). WHEN DECEIT CAN BE A TORT (A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN IRAN AND ENGLAND LAW). JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW (LAW RESEARCH QUARTERLY) (LAW & POLITICS RESEARCH JOURNAL), 13(33), 79-98. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=275179



Vancouver: Copy

SHAFIE ALVIJE GHASEM. WHEN DECEIT CAN BE A TORT (A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN IRAN AND ENGLAND LAW). JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW (LAW RESEARCH QUARTERLY) (LAW & POLITICS RESEARCH JOURNAL). 2011 [cited 2021July24];13(33):79-98. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=275179



IEEE: Copy

SHAFIE ALVIJE, G., 2011. WHEN DECEIT CAN BE A TORT (A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN IRAN AND ENGLAND LAW). JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW (LAW RESEARCH QUARTERLY) (LAW & POLITICS RESEARCH JOURNAL), [online] 13(33), pp.79-98. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=275179.



 
 
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