Illegal Actions of Bodies of Inquiry, Preliminary Investigation, Prosecutors and the Court as a Force Majeure Circumstance

Kholmurod Isanov


This article analyzes the illegal actions of the bodies of inquiry, preliminary investigation, the prosecutor's office and the court, which create tort obligations. A scientific idea is proposed to interpret these illegal actions as force-majeure circumstances that resulted in a breach of obligation and innocent damage as a result of a negative impact on the execution of the contract between business entities and counterparties (third parties).


Tort Obligations; Preliminary Investigation; Illegal Actions; Business Entities and Counterparties (Third Parties); Innocent Damage; Force-Majeure Circumstances

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