Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 5, No 1 (2009)

The Modern Theory of Objective Substantiation of Parental Responsibility for the Illicit Acts Committed by Their Minor Children

Mirela Costache


Generically speaking, the responsibility exceeds the law domain, but its most relevant forms usually take legal forms. The current coordinates of parental liability for the acts committed by their children know objectifying tendencies of this type of liability. The current tendency in the literature and legal practice is that of extending parental liability, to the extent in which the guilt (through its defining features) faces a serious identity crisis. Facing these realities the legal doctrine and jurisprudence had the no easy task of renovating the traditional legal institutions, by the deep transformation and adaptation of the new social needs.


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