Kurdish Studies

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Civil Liability for Damage to Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation (Comparative Study)

Ahmed Hashim Abed
College of Law, University of Misan
Mothana Abdulkadem Mashaf
College of Law, University of Misan
Keywords: Civil Liability, Damage, Non-Ionizing Radiation, Fault, Liability, Injured.


The spread of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation constitutes a kind of environmental pollution, as well as nuclear pollution, marine pollution, soil pollution and other types of environmental pollution that society suffers from and is looking for reasonable solutions to overcome them or reduce their scope, and electromagnetic pollution is often the most dangerous other types of pollution because of the generality of its spread, non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation spreads in places of residential gatherings, which is determined that the law must respond quickly in modern society for every requirement or Technological development that affects the direction of technological and economic development and develops the rules and ideas prevailing in the traditional legal system of civil liability to protect the right of the victim of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation to compensation.

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