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Casebook on Torts

Casebook on Torts

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Description
Casebook on Torts is essential reading for your undergraduate tort law course. It provides a comprehensive selection of extracts from seminal cases in the field. The concise extracts, which focus
on the principles and reasoning behind judicial decisions, are accompanied by engaging author commentary and questions to help you analyse the key elements of each case.
The 12th edition is fully updated to include the latest statutory developments and new case extracts, includinc
•    On liability of public bodies: Desmond v The Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police
•    On economic loss: Network Rail Infrastructure v Conarken
•    On privacy: MosleyvNews Group Newspapers
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Contents
1.    Introduction
2 .   Negligence: The Basic Principles of Duty of Care
3 .   Breach of Duty: The Standard of Care
4.    Causation and Remoteness of Damage
5.    Special Duty Problems: Omissions
6.    Special Duty Problems: Liability of Public Bodies
7.    Special Duty Problems: Psychiatric Injury
8.    Special Duty Problems: Statements, Services and Economic Loss
9.    Special Duty Problems: Acts and Economic Loss
10.  Special Duty Problems: Contract and Duty of Care
11.  Special Duty Problems: Defective Structures
12.  Special Duty Problems: Unborn Children, Wrongful Life and Wrongful Birth
13.  Defences to Negligence
14.  Damages for Death and Persona! Injuries
15.  Vicarious Liability
16.  Breach of Statutory Duty
17.  Product Liability
18.  Occupiers1 Liability
19.  Nuisance
20.  Trespass to the Person
21.  Trespass to Land
22.  Defamation
23.  Privacy and the Intentional Infliction of Distress
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Author Details
Richard Kidner
is Emeritus Professor of Law at Aberystwyth University.
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