• Abstract

    This study seeks to build a theoretical concept of the mechanism for the legal regulation of business entities' tortious obligations in Ukraine. To achieve the objective of the study described below, the following scientific cognition methods have been used: analysis, analogy, deduction, induction, synthesis, legal and historical, systematic and functional methods. The mechanism for legal regulation of business entities' tortious obligations constitutes a set of legal tools (civil law means, ways and forms), the coordinated interaction of which can regulate relations in tort. The mechanism for legal regulation of business entities' tortious obligations includes tort law provisions, jural facts, business entities' tortious obligations, exercising subjective rights and fulfilling obligations by business entities liable for torts. Based on the analysed Ukrainian legislation, the following types of business entities' tortious obligations have been distinguished: the obligation to reimburse the affected party for damages caused by the source of major hazard; the obligation of an individual and legal entity (business entity) to reimburse the affected party for damages caused by their/its employee; the obligation of a business entity to reimburse its employee for damages caused to their life and health; and the obligation to reimburse the affected party for damages caused by defective goods and services.

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Cherneha, V. (2023). The mechanism for legal regulation of business entities’ tortious obligations in Ukraine. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 6(2), 2023020. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2023020
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