Melinda MÁTYÁS, PhD
Assistant Lecturer
National University of Public Service, Budapest



Property and risk management are closely related, and due to the tentative circumstances are often unforeseen and unpredictable.
Criminal liability incurs after a bad decision resulting in harmful consequences.
What do we mean by rational and irrational risk?
This cannot be described by exact, general definition, it is case sensitive and can only be decided upon through proper analysis.
This essay deals with the issues of permitted risk exempting culpability, on a theoretical level.

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