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Report No. 85

VII. Need for Reform as to Fault Principle

3.32. Justification.-

Coming, first, to the matters that fall to be considered, the most important question relates to the principle of liability. In our opinion, the incorporation of the principle of liability without fault in the Motor Vehicles Act by art amendment is essential in the interests of justice. He who creates a risk must bear the consequences.

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