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Korte reactie op 'aansprakelijkheid voor inadequate publieke beveiliging door private actoren'

Korte reactie op 'aansprakelijkheid voor inadequate publieke beveiliging door private actoren'

Korte reactie op 'aansprakelijkheid voor inadequate publieke beveiliging door private actoren'

01.09.2014 NL law

Jeroen Kortmann, advocaat bij Stibbe in Amsterdam en hoogleraar European Tort Law aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam, reageert op de publicatie van Giesen, I., Emaus, J.M., Enneking, L.F.H. (eds.): 'Aansprakelijkheid voor inadequate publieke beveiliging door private actoren'. Dit artikel is gepubliceerd in de bundel UCALL Bundel Verantwoordelijkheid, aansprakelijkheid en privatisering van publieke taken (2014).  

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