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The article is devoted to the description of civil legal delict as a violation of the law and right-depriving jural fact. Analyzing the modern approaches to understanding the nature of legal civil delict, deal as right depriving jural fact and the means of its determination in civil relations author ascertains the existence of competition between presumption of deal's relevancy and presumption of fault availability in law violation and as a result offers the ways of settlement of this questiondoi:10.5281/zenodo.3653475 fatcat:q7rugrmcwfdljm2sewthkuv2ni