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Tort law in principle

Bernadette Richards

Tort law in principle

by Bernadette Richards

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Published by Lawbook Co. in Sydney .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Torts -- Australia,
  • Liability (Law) -- Australia

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementBernadette Richards, Karinne Ludlow, Andy Gibson.
    SeriesIn principle series
    ContributionsLudlow, Karinne, 1973-, Gibson, Andy, 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKU940 .R53 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxxii, 634 p. :
    Number of Pages634
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23869036M
    ISBN 109780455225746
    LC Control Number2009482025

    Opinion Writing & Drafting in Contract Law; Hawke: The Law of a Fast Gun (Hawke (HarperTorch Paperback)) Law and Opinion in Scotland During the Seventeenth Century; The New Institutional Politics: Outcomes and Consequences; Extra info for Principles of Tort Law. Sample text. , Leakey v National Trust [] QB   This accessible work make a fascinating and interesting area of law digestible and relevant. It provides essential reaidng and guidance on tort law and makes a valuable contribution to scholarship in the file. Its clear and comprehensive style makes it an accessible book for all those interested in tort law - Law Society of South Australia

      Tort Law: A Modern Perspective is an advanced yet accessible introduction to tort law for lawyers, law students, and others. Reflecting the way tort law is taught today, it explains the cases and legal doctrines commonly found in casebooks using modern ideas  › Books › Law › Business. TY - BOOK. T1 - Tort Law in Principle. AU - Richards, Bernadette. AU - Ludlow, Karinne Anne. AU - Gibson, Andy. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. SN -

       Duties fixed by law Many duties in tort arise by virtue of the law alone and are not fixed by the parties. The law imposes a duty in tort not to libel people, not to trespass on their land, and so on. By contrast, the law of contract is based notionally on   A. Tort law is universal and applies to all accidents and injuries A powerful image of the traditional portrayal of justice is that of the universal application of the law to all citizens. All are equally subject to the law and all can equally benefit or be penalised by it. To law


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law of tort is discussed. The substantive law is set in the context of the Civil Procedure Ruleschanges in the availability of legal aid and other institutional and social changes. The book is carefully structured and has been updated with the student very much in mind.

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This note covers the following topics: The nature op tort in general, principles of liability, persons affected by torts, general exceptions, of remedies for torts, personal wrongs, defamation, wrongs or fraud and malice, wrongs to possession and property, nuisance, negligence, duties of Key Facts Key Cases: Tort Law will ensure you grasp the main concepts of your Tort Law module with ease.

This book explains the facts and associated case law for: The torts of negligence, occupiers’ liability and nuisance Strict liability torts The torts of trespass to land and trespass to the person Torts involving goods Torts affecting reputation Employment related torts Available remedies ?id=IotiAgAAQBAJ.

Principles of Tort Law Rachael Mulheron Queen Mary University of London About the Book Presenting the law of tort as a body of principles, this authori-tative textbook leads students to an incisive and clear under-standing of the subject.

Each tort is carefully structured and Tort Law Principles by Bernadette Richards, Karinne Ludlow, Melissa de Zwart. two chapters combine to give students an up-to-date application of well established principles they have studied in principle elsewhere in the text. It is the must have reference, and will support a clear and solid understanding of the law of tort Tort Law in Hong Kong (Second Edition) carries the same emphasis as the first edition throughout the work on the practice and development of the law of torts in the Hong Kong.

It is the most recent and leading authoritative work to date on this ever-changing and vitally important :// 6 Deakin, Johnston and Markesinis Markesinis and Deakin’s Tort Law, Oxford University Press, 5th edition, p80 7Bolam v Friern Hospital Management Committee [] 1 WLR 3 The claimant must then show that the defendant’s breach of duty caused the damage that he suffered.

The test is a ‘but-for’ test – but for the defendant INTRODUCTION. Liability for negligently-inflicted financial losses is both complex and challenging.

This is due, in part, to the reluctance of English appellate courts to settle upon any one test by which to establish whether D owed C a duty of care to avoid the pure economic loss which C suffered. It is also due, in part, to the sophisticated and ‘broad network of economic links that exist Papineau has suggested that the Principle of Non-Contradiction is a logical law that ‘verificationists’ are not entitled to claim as a ://   Introduction to Tort Law Share this: Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn WhatsApp Tort liability can be imposed in many instances that include negligent behaviour towards a person or land, negatively affecting a person’s reputation or limiting freedom of :// In this book, articles by leading tort scholars from Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States deal with important theoretical and practical issues that are emerging in the law of torts.

The articles analyse recent leading developments in areas such as economic negligence, causation, vicarious liability, non-delegable duty, breach of statutory Get this from a library. Torts law: in principle. [Sam Blay; C D Baker;] -- This fourth edition represents a thorough revision of the long- standing text with particular emphasis on the impacts of tort law reform and the implementation of federal review of torts law in The Right Honourable Lord Dyson, Master of the Rolls and Head of Civil Justice 'This book achieves what few textbooks do: it combines a deep and nuanced understanding of tort as a body of principle with a patient, detailed and accessible account of the case-law.'.

Tort Law: Principles in Practice, an exciting addition to the subject area, is both approachable and engaging for students, with all the tools necessary for the professor to delve into both the practices of tort law and the fascinating, guiding principles behind the doctrines and casebook offers students an accessible analytical approach to the principle issues in   The theory of tort law is now the subject of a sophisticated debate, especially in North America.

This chapter tries to unravel some of the questions and to suggest some answers. Keywords: Hart, punishment, justification, criminal process, tort law, deterrence, retribution, reform, denunciation, criminal law:oso/The underlying principle of the law of tort is that every person has certain interests which are protected by law.

Any act of omission or commission which causes damage to the legally protected interest of an individual shall be considered to be a tort, the remedy for which is an action for unliquidated ://