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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

Elliott and Quinn's Tort Law clarifies the essential concepts behind the law, making it easier for students to understand and apply the legal rules. The book sets each tort in its social context to make clear when and why claims might be brought, and then provides a clear explanation of the rules relating to each tort.

Each chapter includes discussion of problems with the current law, helping students to develop a critical and analytical approach. Through reference to topical cases and issues, the authors show that tort law is an interesting and relevant to today's society.

Table of Contents

Guided tour


Table of cases

Table of statutes

Table of statutory instruments

Table of European legislation

1 Tort law: an introduction

2 Negligence

3 Employer's liability

4 Occupier's liability

5 Product liability

6 Breach of statutory duty

7 Deceit

8 Defamation

9 Privacy

10 Nuisance

11 The rule in Rylands v Fletcher

12 Trespass

13 Liability for animals

14 Joint and several liability

15 Vicarious liability

16 Remedies in tort

Appendix: Answering examination questions



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Tort Law by Catherine Elliott
Used - Very Good
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