Abuse of Rights in Maltese Jurisprudence
von Bajada, Diana
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This book provides an inquiry into the concept of abuse of rights as understood under civil law, common law and mixed jurisdictions, giving a comparative view which yields identifiable sources and general elements which make up the notion. Relevant legislative texts dealing with the notion bring forth the accepted standards. An analysis of court judgments, nonetheless, exposes also other trends. A study of Maltese jurisprudence, keeping also in mind the comparative perspective, determines whether elements identified as emanating from the notion are mere characteristics, or whether they are requisites without which the defendant cannot be held liable for tort. The French system appears to remain the central model by which jurisdictions continue to be inspired. This study brings out whether Maltese judges have, notwithstanding the influx of a common law mentality, remained true to the original source. A comparative analysis exposes how Malta tends towards offering the most flexible and all-encompassing approach, this by employing its rationale of a mixed jurisdiction, typified by its customary blending of the civil and the common law.
Dr Diana Bajada LLB,Dip.Not,Dip.Tax,LLD,MA Law,followed post-sec.education at St Aloysius College Malta.She graduated at the University of Malta as Bachelor of Laws with 1st Class Honours(2008),with a Notarial Diploma(2009),Doctor of Laws(2011),a Diploma in Taxation(2012)and an MA in Law(2013).Diana is married to Dr C Bajada and has three children.
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