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The Resource Casebook on Torts

Casebook on Torts

Label
Casebook on Torts
Title
Casebook on Torts
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Casebook on Torts is essential reading for students new to studying tort law at undergraduate level, providing a comprehensive, portable library of the leading cases in the field. It presents an impressive range of carefully edited extracts, which clearly illustrate the essence and reasoning behind each decision made. Concise author commentary focuses the reader on the key elements within the extracts, while end-of-chapter questions encourages them to check theirunderstanding as they progress. Statutory materials have been included where they are necessary to understand the subject. The book i
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Kidner, Richard
Dewey number
346.4203
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • legal cases and notes
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Torts
Label
Casebook on Torts
Instantiates
Publication
Note
SECTION 7: The Effect of The Human Rights Act 1998
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Preface; New to this Edition; Acknowledgements; Table of Cases; Table of Statutes; Table of Statutory Instruments; Table of Foreign Legislation; Table of Treaties and Conventions; Table of European Secondary Legislation; 1 Introduction; SECTION 1: Examples of Torts; SECTION 2: The Aims of The Law of Torts; SECTION 3: Studying Torts; 2 Negligence: The Basic Principles of Duty of Care; SECTION 1: Proximity; SECTION 2: The Unforeseeable Claimant; SECTION 3: Policy Factors-'Fair and Reasonable'; 3 Breach of Duty: The Standard of Care
  • SECTION 1: The Reasonable Man-The Level of Reasonable RiskSECTION 2: The Skill of the Defendant; SECTION 3: Other Relevant Factors in the Standard of Care Owed; SECTION 4: A Statutory Version; 4 Causation and Remoteness of Damage; SECTION 1: Causation; SECTION 2: Remoteness of Damage; 5 Special Duty Problems: Omissions; 6 Special Duty Problems: Liability of Public Bodies; SECTION 1: The Common Law; SECTION 2: The Effect of The Human Rights Act 1998; 7 Special Duty Problems: Psychiatric Injury; SECTION 1: The Primary Victim; SECTION 2: The Secondary Victim
  • 8 Special Duty Problems: Statements, Services and Economic LossSECTION 1: By Whom a Duty Is Owed; SECTION 2: To Whom the Duty Is Owed; SECTION 3: Liability to Third Parties; SECTION 4: The Effect of a Clause Disclaiming Responsibility; 9 Special Duty Problems: Acts and Economic Loss; 10 Special Duty Problems: Contract and Duty of Care; SECTION 1: Concurrent Liability; SECTION 2: Liability to Third Parties; 11 Special Duty Problems: Defective Structures; 12 Special Duty Problems: Unborn Children, Wrongful Life and Wrongful Birth; SECTION 1: Injuries to Unborn Children; SECTION 2: Wrongful Life
  • SECTION 3: Wrongful Birth13 Defences to Negligence; SECTION 1: Contributory Negligence; SECTION 2: Consent; SECTION 3: Exclusion Clauses and Notices; SECTION 4: Participating in an Unlawful Act; 14 Damages for Death and Personal Injuries; SECTION 1: Types of Action for Damages; SECTION 2: Calculation of Loss of Earnings; SECTION 3: Intangible Losses; 15 Vicarious Liability; SECTION 1: Who Is an Employee?; SECTION 2: Liability of the Employee; SECTION 3: The Course of Employment; SECTION 4: Liability for Independent Contractors; 16 Breach of Statutory Duty; 17 Product Liability
  • SECTION 1: Liability for NegligenceSECTION 2: Strict Liability; 18 Occupiers' Liability; SECTION 1: Occupiers' Liability and Negligence; SECTION 2: Who Is an Occupier?; SECTION 3: Who Is a Visitor?; SECTION 4: The Duty Owed to Visitors; SECTION 5: The Duty Owed to Trespassers and Other Non-Visitors; SECTION 6: Exclusion of Liability; 19 Nuisance; SECTION 1: Public and Private Nuisance; SECTION 2: Private Nuisance: The Interests Protected; SECTION 3: Reasonable User; SECTION 4: Who Is Liable?; SECTION 5: Remoteness of Damage; SECTION 6: Statutory Authority and Planning Permission
Control code
ocn867929582
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
12th ed
Extent
1 online resource (478 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191666483
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867929582
Label
Casebook on Torts
Publication
Note
SECTION 7: The Effect of The Human Rights Act 1998
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Preface; New to this Edition; Acknowledgements; Table of Cases; Table of Statutes; Table of Statutory Instruments; Table of Foreign Legislation; Table of Treaties and Conventions; Table of European Secondary Legislation; 1 Introduction; SECTION 1: Examples of Torts; SECTION 2: The Aims of The Law of Torts; SECTION 3: Studying Torts; 2 Negligence: The Basic Principles of Duty of Care; SECTION 1: Proximity; SECTION 2: The Unforeseeable Claimant; SECTION 3: Policy Factors-'Fair and Reasonable'; 3 Breach of Duty: The Standard of Care
  • SECTION 1: The Reasonable Man-The Level of Reasonable RiskSECTION 2: The Skill of the Defendant; SECTION 3: Other Relevant Factors in the Standard of Care Owed; SECTION 4: A Statutory Version; 4 Causation and Remoteness of Damage; SECTION 1: Causation; SECTION 2: Remoteness of Damage; 5 Special Duty Problems: Omissions; 6 Special Duty Problems: Liability of Public Bodies; SECTION 1: The Common Law; SECTION 2: The Effect of The Human Rights Act 1998; 7 Special Duty Problems: Psychiatric Injury; SECTION 1: The Primary Victim; SECTION 2: The Secondary Victim
  • 8 Special Duty Problems: Statements, Services and Economic LossSECTION 1: By Whom a Duty Is Owed; SECTION 2: To Whom the Duty Is Owed; SECTION 3: Liability to Third Parties; SECTION 4: The Effect of a Clause Disclaiming Responsibility; 9 Special Duty Problems: Acts and Economic Loss; 10 Special Duty Problems: Contract and Duty of Care; SECTION 1: Concurrent Liability; SECTION 2: Liability to Third Parties; 11 Special Duty Problems: Defective Structures; 12 Special Duty Problems: Unborn Children, Wrongful Life and Wrongful Birth; SECTION 1: Injuries to Unborn Children; SECTION 2: Wrongful Life
  • SECTION 3: Wrongful Birth13 Defences to Negligence; SECTION 1: Contributory Negligence; SECTION 2: Consent; SECTION 3: Exclusion Clauses and Notices; SECTION 4: Participating in an Unlawful Act; 14 Damages for Death and Personal Injuries; SECTION 1: Types of Action for Damages; SECTION 2: Calculation of Loss of Earnings; SECTION 3: Intangible Losses; 15 Vicarious Liability; SECTION 1: Who Is an Employee?; SECTION 2: Liability of the Employee; SECTION 3: The Course of Employment; SECTION 4: Liability for Independent Contractors; 16 Breach of Statutory Duty; 17 Product Liability
  • SECTION 1: Liability for NegligenceSECTION 2: Strict Liability; 18 Occupiers' Liability; SECTION 1: Occupiers' Liability and Negligence; SECTION 2: Who Is an Occupier?; SECTION 3: Who Is a Visitor?; SECTION 4: The Duty Owed to Visitors; SECTION 5: The Duty Owed to Trespassers and Other Non-Visitors; SECTION 6: Exclusion of Liability; 19 Nuisance; SECTION 1: Public and Private Nuisance; SECTION 2: Private Nuisance: The Interests Protected; SECTION 3: Reasonable User; SECTION 4: Who Is Liable?; SECTION 5: Remoteness of Damage; SECTION 6: Statutory Authority and Planning Permission
Control code
ocn867929582
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
12th ed
Extent
1 online resource (478 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191666483
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867929582

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