In this study the author analyzes the victim’s obligation to minimize the damage in the context of a hypothesis of tort civil liability. In this sense, after a short introductory part intended to set the
framework of the analysis, the author proposes to identify what would be the normative provisions from which the victim’s obligation to minimize the damage would derive, emphasizing the fact that, despite the lack of a clear and unequivocal rule in this sense, the existence of the obligation still derives from a whole series of legal provisions.
The particularities of the obligation to minimize the damage are further addressed, its general legal regime being decrypted, with emphasis on those aspects that distinguish and individualize it in
relation to other legal institutions, but also its mode of operation. Likewise, the author aims to identify the legal nature of the obligation to minimize the damage, underlining the limits of the theses advanced so far and showing why the obligation is a sui generis one. Further on, there are emphasized the consequences produced by the obligation to minimize the damage, whether
respected by the victim or not, and in the end there are presented brief considerations referring to his procedural regime.

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