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95/2006, the medical personnel (Article 642), public and private health facilities, as healthcare providers (Article 644), equipment and medical devices, medicinal substances and medical supplies manufacturers (Article 646), health care or non-medical care providers subcontracted by public or private health providing care facilities (Article 647), facilities providers for public or private health facilities providing (Article 648) are liable under civil law, under civil law provision for damages caused in the profession, within the work of prevention, diagnosis or treatment.
While AngloGold has made no provision for damages, it has "fully complied with statutory and regulatory requirements," the Johannesburg-based company said in an emailed response to questions.
The retainer he allegedly signed with Araci made provision for damages of "not less than pounds 30,000 per race not ridden", the court heard.
The Appeals Court found that since Congress had made no provision for damages suffered under the policy of extraordinary rendition, the court had no authority to find one.