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The moral prejudice by “back bounce

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Abstract

The admission of this principle was for long a controversial aspect in the Romanian and French doctrine that didn’t accept the recovery for this prejudice. It was accepted only the recovery from the prejudice suffered by the direct victim, because the acceptance of the recovery from the moral prejudice by back bounce was regarded as being against morals and against the principle that the prejudice must be fully recovered and only one time. Accordingly only the direct victim could get compensation for the suffered prejudice, the indirect victims being regarded as persons that are trying to abuse the legal system for getting undeserving benefits, as well as immoral because they use someone else’s suffering.

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