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Tort Law Catherine Elliott

Tort Law By Catherine Elliott

Tort Law by Catherine Elliott

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Tort Law Summary

Tort Law by Catherine Elliott

Written and designed for use on an LLB or GDL programme, Tort Law combines the authors' trademark clarity of writing with coverage of the fundamental legal principles at play in this ever-evolving subject. A range of student-friendly features to support understanding and coverage of the topical issues and key academic debates within tort also combine to make this text the book of choice for students year after year.

About Catherine Elliott

Catherine Elliott (LLB, DEA) is a qualified barrister and experienced university lecturer, who has written extensively in the field of law. Frances Quinn is an award-winning journalist with a particular interest in, and experience of, the law.

Table of Contents

1 Tort law: an introduction 2 Negligence: elements of the tort 3 Negligence: causation, defences, limitation and criticism 4 Negligence: psychiatric injury 5 Negligence: economic loss 6 Negligence: public bodies 7 Employers' liability (missing) 8 Occupiers' liability 9 Product liability 10 Breach of statutory liability 11 Defamation 12 Privacy 13 Nuisance 14 The rule in Rylands v Fletcher 15 Trespass to land 16 Trespass to the person 17 Joint and several liability 18 Vicarious liability 19 Remedies in tort Appendix: Answering examination questions Glossary

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Tort Law by Catherine Elliott
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