Saving property doctrine

Saving property doctrine – this term finds application in the Tort Law. It refers to a situation in which one has harmed another person’s property. The property owner should receive compensation for any injuries or damages. Usually, these which he suffered while trying to protect or recover their own property. Law provides that conditions should be restored as they were before the harmful event. In other words — according to the saving property rule, a judge on tort lawsuit should award enough compensation instead.

See also “Tort”

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