THE THEORY OF CIVIL RESPONSIBILITY; A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN FRANCE, EGYPT AND JORDAN

Authors

  • Dr. Bakhit Mohd AlDajeh

Abstract

Legislators are always traying to develop a legal text to move civil responsibility to a modern
form which is different from its traditional nature. This study aims to spotlight on the latest
development of civil responsibility in France, Egypt and Jordan. Furthermore, this study aims
to compare between the approach that the French Legislator, Egyptian Legislator and Jordanian
Legislator have follow to clarify the different types of responsibility. This study is juridicalnormative with descriptive and comparative analysis. This study adopts the analytical method,
which will analyze the legal context related to civil responsibilityy and the studies and
jurisprudential opinions that have been exposed to this subject. The data collection was through
library and field research. The library research was conducted to seek relevant information by
collecting secondary data and valid info that can assist researcher answer the research question.
All collected data has been analyzed using qualitative and comparative.

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Published

2020-12-04

How to Cite

Dr. Bakhit Mohd AlDajeh. (2020). THE THEORY OF CIVIL RESPONSIBILITY; A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN FRANCE, EGYPT AND JORDAN. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 9236 - 9242. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2396