Definition : Insurance - Civil liability

Legal obligation for a natural person or legal person to repair the damage caused to a third party resulting from his failure to comply with:

The extracontractual liability of a person may be caused by his or her act or by the persons to whom he or she is liable or by the things of which he is entrusted with the custody.

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