“Any whatover fact of man which causes damage to others obliges him through whose fault it has arrived to repair it.”
There are 2 main elements :
There is a fault if:
- The damage exists in the head of the victim …
- There is a causal link between the fact and the damage …
This is a very interesting article of law and widely used in Latin law where jusiprudence is less pronounced than in Anglo-Saxon law.
I invite you to Respond if there is an equivalent in your legal system.