عنوان مقاله [English]
The contribution of injured person in creating or worsening the damage caused by space objects is important in determining the international liability for those. This contribution, which is accepted only in respect of damage caused by space objects located in places other than outer space -land orair- will reduce or eliminate the international liability, depending on the extent of the contribution of the injured person. However, in cases where damage is caused by an act contrary to the international laws, this rule will not apply. In order to apply this rule, the contribution of main injured person for the damages to whom theinternational responsibility will be considered, and the contribution of state which acted the diplomatic protection of its subject or the contribution of member states of the injured International Organization are not considered. In addition, examining the rule of the impact of contribution of injured person, this paper tries to examine the issues related to this rule in the international space law.
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