Paolo Sanna, ‘The Recoverability of the Loss of the Right to Life per se: A Brief European Overview’

Abstract
Traditionally, with a few exceptions, in Europe, decisions of the courts have denied the recoverability of the loss of the right to life per se (and the subsequent transfer of the claim from the primary victim to his/her heirs). In a comparative perspective, the author, as a starting point, analyzing the Italian legal system, briefly retraces the topic, contrasting with the other most important European legal systems.

Paolo Sanna, The Recoverability of the Loss of the Right to Life per se: A Brief European Overview, 4 The Italian Law Journal No 1 (2018).

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