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Karimi N. Paying Blood money to who suffering from deadly disease. MLJ 2013; 7 (27) :113-126
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-178-en.html

One of the properties of human that is possible to be invaded by others is body and life. That is the most valuable properties of human and paying attention and having respects to them has been emphasized. Invasion to body of people based on two aspects of law and punishment can cause responsibility. Providing the condition of penetrating microbes into the bodies is like that. Some of these microbes are deadly and after entering the body causes some side effects and after a while causes the death of that person now if a person like a doctor without any miss intention and without any information, can pollute another person to this microbe, is he responsible in front of that person? Since the religious principle, counts the polluted person to the microbe us a dead person this subject can be a good reason for being charged with paying fine for the responsible person.

Received: 2012/01/14 | Accepted: 2013/08/29

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