Principles of Tort Law


Author: Marshall S. Shapo
Publisher: West Academic
ISBN: 9780314195388
Category: Law
Page: 595
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The third edition provides new material on purposes of tort law, battery, sexual harassment, terminology and policies of negligence, health care malpractice issues, assumption of risk, strict liability, proof and causation, duty and proximate cause, duty to act, media torts, damages. Coverage also includes case summaries of newsworthy issues of headline interest throughout the text. A new chapter on fraud and heart balm torts has been added as well.

Principles of Tort Law


Author: Rachael Mulheron
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316594823
Category: Law
Page: N.A
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Presenting the law of tort as a body of principles, this authoritative textbook leads students to an incisive and clear understanding of the subject. Each tort is carefully structured and examined within a consistent analytical framework that guides students through its preconditions, elements, defences and remedies. Clear summaries and comparisons accompany the detailed exposition, and further support is provided by numerous diagrams and tables, which clarify complex aspects of the law. Critical discussion of legal judgments encourages students to develop strong analytical and case-reading skills, whilst key reform proposals and leading cases from other jurisdictions illustrate different potential solutions to conundrums in tort law. A rich companion website, featuring ten additional chapters and sections on more advanced areas of tort law, completes the learning package. Written specifically for students, the text is also ideal for practitioners, litigants, policymakers and law reformers seeking a comprehensive and accurate understanding of the law.

Principles of Tort Law


Author: Vivienne Harpwood
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1859414672
Category: Law
Page: 521
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The Principles of Law aims to provide the law student with texts on the major areas within the law syllabus. Each text is designed to identify and expound upon the content of the syllabus in a logical order, citing the main and up-to-date authorities. This work covers law of tort.

The Law of Torts

A Treatise on the Principles of Obligations Arising from Civil Wrongs in the Common Law: to which is Added the Draft of a Code of Civil Wrongs Prepared for the Government of India
Author: Frederick Pollock
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Torts
Page: 636
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Common Principles of Tort Law

A Pre-statement of Law
Author: Gert Brüggemeier
Publisher: British Inst of International & Comparative
ISBN: 9780903067829
Category: Law
Page: 294
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Article 288 (2) EC, on liability of the European Community and its organs, refers to the common principles of tort law in the Member States. There are at least two good reasons for looking into these general principles: in nearly all developed Western legal orders, tort law is determined through judge-made law, which now requires a comparative orientation by means of principles and systemized casuistry; and the various attempts to "Europeanize" private law - from mere restatements to a comprehensive European Civil Code - are all grounded in these common principles of contract law, tort law, property law and so on. This book's somewhat unconventional contribution takes its cue not so much from the politically defined "EC Europeanization", but rather from the transnationality of law. By comparing tort law in the EC member state, Germany, and the non-EC member, the US (two of the most developed western industrial nations), this publication endeavors to develop principles which serve as a basis for generalization. These principles claim validity for the civil-law and common-law legal orders of Western civilizations, which includes the EC with its respective Member States. This title is aimed at a learned European audience interested in legal harmonization, but also addresses comparatists in the civil-law and common-law legal world and mixed jurisdictions outside of Europe. Its main focus is to contribute to the further development of tort law. The idea of a tort law system based on general principles and specific rules grows out of the continental natural-law tradition of civil law, but increasingly principle-oriented works are also found in common law. This book develops a common level of international work on structures and concepts of modern tort law.

Tort Law Textbook


Author: John Hodgson,John Lewthwaite
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199287642
Category: Law
Page: 514
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This tort law textbook offers an interactive introduction to tort law. Previously a 'Blackstone's Study Pack' title, this text has been fully updated to include all changes in the law.

Modern Tort Law


Author: Vivienne Harpwood
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9781859419762
Category: Law
Page: 510
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Providing a comprehensive analysis of the aspects of the law of tort, this edition offers insights into developing areas of negligence, employers' liability, occupiers' liability, and defamation among others. It is aimed at those studying this subject, and is suitable for undergraduate modular courses.

Australian Principles of Tort Law


Author: Pam Stewart,Anita Stuhmcke
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781760021382
Category: Torts
Page: 722
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Now in its fourth edition, Australian Principles of Tort Law continues to provide currency, depth of analysis and clear instruction as to how to approach this challenging area of law. This edition provides clear explanation about the operation of civil liability legislation across Australian jurisdictions. It incorporates the latest materials and includes observations as to the scope and content of the growing body of legal interpretation of the civil liability legislation across all jurisdictions, as courts throughout Australia interpret and apply the legislative provisions.Stewart and Stuhmcke succeed in clarifying a conceptually difficult area of law across all Australian jurisdictions. They discuss an excellent range of cases (geographical and hierarchical), explain the relevance and applicability of the civil liability legislation, and detail the impact and importance of the relationship between the legislation and the common law of tort.

Modern Tort Law


Author: V.H. Harpwood
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135252998
Category: Law
Page: 576
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Modern Tort Law is a comprehensive, accessible and up-to-date introduction to the law of torts. Now in its seventh edition, Vivienne Harpwood’s popular, student-friendly text explains the principles of all aspects of tort law in a lively and thought-provoking manner. The broad coverage of modern tort law makes this an ideal textbook for any undergraduate tort law course. Students are encouraged to understand and apply the principles of tort law effectively throughout and particular attention is paid to the context within which the law is evolving, making these topics both accessible and enjoyable. This seventh edition has been revised and updated to take into account developments since publication of the previous edition including in the areas of privacy, negligence, personal injury and defamation. Human Rights issues are integrated throughout the text rather than treating the topic in isolation, in line with the way the subject is commonly taught. Now more accessible and student-friendly, it includes: advice on further reading at the end of each chapter which is intended to point students towards sources of further study and critical debate new chapter introductions, rewritten to reflect learning outcomes. Modern Tort Law is now supported by a Companion Website which offers lecturer resources available to adopters of the book, including ‘think points’ designed to encourage reflection and debate and PowerPoints of diagrams and flowcharts contained within the text. A dedicated student section also offers weblinks, a guide to key Tort law cases, a flashcard glossary and a test bank of multiple choice questions.

Unification of Tort Law

Fault
Author: W. H. van Boom
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
ISBN: 904112098X
Category: Law
Page: 391
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Covers various European countries, Israel, South Africa, and the United States.

Modern Tort Law 6/e


Author: Ms Vivienne Harpwood
Publisher: Cavendish Publishing
ISBN: 1843145154
Category: Law
Page: 584
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The sixth edition of this well-liked textbook provides a comprehensive update and a clear analysis of all aspects of the law of tort. Substantially revised since the last edition, this new edition maintains the popular student friendly style that seeks to explain the principles of tort law in an interesting and thought-provoking manner.

Unification of tort law

multiple tortfeasors
Author: W. V. H. Rogers,W. H. van Boom
Publisher: Kluwer Law Intl
ISBN: 9789041123190
Category: Law
Page: 313
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The foundations of tort law differ considerably in the various European legal systems. For a number of years a group of tort law experts, The European Group on Tort Law, has been engaged in a systematic examination of the fundamental questions of tort law with a view to formulating principles which will contribute to a common law of Europe. Although the work has been centred on Europe, it has been informed by contributors from a number of overseas systems. This is the ninth volume in a series setting out the results of the work of the Group: earlier volumes have covered matters such as wrongfulness, causation, contributory negligence and liability for others. In this volume, The authors provide an overview of the law governing multiple tortfeasors (the situation where the victim of a tort contends that more than one person is responsible for an injury suffered by him) seen from the angle of fifteen legal systems. The law has two aspects: The iquest;externaliquest; one relating To The relationship between the victim And The tortfeasors, particularly the question of how far each is liable To The victim For The whole damage; And The iquest;internaliquest; relationship of the tortfeasors, raising issues of recourse inter se. Each country report consists of an account of the theoretical basis of the law in this area, together with an examination of its operation via a variety of factual situations. There is also a comparative report which summarizes the most important elements identified by the country reports and identifies the existing common ground. This volume provides the legal scholar And The practitioner with a wealth of information and insights on a complex and controversial area of law in an accessible form. Principles of European Tort Law Series 9

Principles of European Tort Law

Text and Commentary
Author: European Group on Tort Law
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 321123084X
Category: Law
Page: 282
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The European Group on Tort Law presents the results of its extensive research project, the Principles of European Tort Law. They were drafted on the basis of several comparative studies on the most fundamental questions of tortious liability and the law of damages. The Principles are not a mere restatement of the common core of tort law in Europe, but rather a proposal for a comprehensive system of tortious liability for the future, though necessarily linked to existing regimes. They are meant to stimulate discussion both among academics and practitioners and could serve as guidelines for national legislatures, thereby fostering gradual harmonization. The text of the Principles, which is offered in English and several other languages, is accompanied by commentaries on the various parts elaborating their intended meaning and interplay.

Tort Law and Human Rights


Author: Jane Wright
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1509913173
Category: Law
Page: 352
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This is a completely revised and expanded second edition, building on the first edition with two principal aims: to elucidate the role that domestic tort principles play in securing to citizens the human rights standards laid down in the European Convention on Human Rights, including the new 'remedy' under the Human Rights Act 1998; and to evaluate tort principles for compliance with those standards. The first edition was written when the Human Rights Act 1998 was newly enacted and many questions existed as to its potential impact on tort law. Answers to many of the questions, which were raised at that time, are only now emerging. Therefore, the text has been updated to reflect these developments. Whether it is appropriate to attribute particular goals and functions to tort law is highly contested and the analysis begins by locating the discussion within these contemporary debates. The author goes on to examine the extent to which the action against public authorities under section 7 of the Act has impacted on the development of common law principles, as well as the issue of horizontal effect of the Act between non-state actors. New chapters include: 'A Human Rights Based Approach to Tort Law' and 'Public Authority Liability and Privacy – From Misuse of Private Information to Autonomy.'