School of Law, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, 100081, China
The development of the rules on liability for damage caused by objects thrown from a height has gone through a long process, and on 1 January 2021 the Civil Code came into force, amending the content of liability for objects thrown from a height. "The introduction of the responsibility of property service enterprises and public security organs has played a positive role in identifying the real infringers and distributing the social burden in a fair and reasonable manner. At the same time, we should also be aware that the rules themselves still have imperfections at the legislative and judicial levels, with vague boundaries of responsibility and unclear standards for judicial remedies.
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