Answer to Question #213356 in Law for Eddy

Question #213356

Which statement is INCORRECT? 1 A delict constitutes a civil wrong, and in appropriate circumstances, gives rise to a duty to pay damages. 2 In general, a delictual obligation is imposed by law, whereas a contractual obligation is voluntarily assumed by the parties. 3 The law of contract, delict, and unjustified enrichment, do not all relate to the law of obligations. 4 In the absence of a valid contract, an unjustified enrichment claim may arise when there is a transfer of wealth from one person’s estate to another person’s estate, without a good legal ground or cause for this shift. 5 Sometimes, concurrent contractual and delictual liability can arise, such that the plaintiff may sue the defendant, on either basis. (

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