Compensation for damage caused by an unidentified person (Comparative study)
Journal of Anbar University for Law and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages 1-51
AbstractSummary The problem of compensation for victims of crime remains troubling those working in the field of law to find solutions that ensure adequate compensation for the victims (the victim or his heirs), and this situation arises when the perpetrator (perpetrator of the harmful act) is not known. Towards the victim, to cover the innate deficiency in civil legislation and to issue laws that keep pace with this development, as the law is what protects individuals and guarantees their rights and obligations, but it happens in practical life that a person commits an act that causes civil liability and then this person escapes, or it is It is unknown, but it is present among a group of people known, so it is one of the members of this group. The principle is that when the perpetrator is not known, the causal relationship will be cut off, and what is required cannot be achieved.
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