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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Complete Tort Law: Text, Cases and Materials 2nd ed isbn 9780199573622

Complete Tort Law: Text, Cases and Materials


ISBN13: 9780199292240
New Edition ISBN: 9780199573622
Published: March 2008
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Complete Tort Law: Text, Cases, and Materials combines extracts from a wide range of primary materials with clear explanatory text and practical learning features to provide a complete resource for students of tort law.

While the text covers the key historical cases, the focus overall is on recent case examples which helps to bring the subject to life and gives it contemporary relevance for modern law students. The extracts from primary materials have been carefully selected to ensure they are long enough to give sufficient detail to illustrate the point of law being discussed, but succinct enough so as not to be overwhelming and to be accessible for students who are studying the subject for the first time. The explanatory text is written in a clear and straightforward style, which clarifies the key concepts in an interesting and engaging way and allows the student to understand the fundamental points of this important area of law.

The book contains a wealth of features such as summaries, key points, hint boxes, and questions, which provide plenty of learning support for students. Key concepts are highlighted for emphasis, cross-references and comparisons are pointed out to link the various elements of tort law, and the questions encourage students to check their understanding as they learn.

The two-colour page design allows students to identify instantly the primary material and learning features for easy navigation throughout the text, while the further reading suggestions direct the reader towards texts and articles that are easily accessible in most libraries, to provide a practical resource for further study.

Subjects:
Tort Law
Contents:
I. Introduction to Tort
1. Introduction to tort
II. Negligence
2. Negligence: Duty
3. Negligence: Breach
4. Negligence: Damage: Causation and remoteness
5. Negligence: Defences
III. Breach of Statutory Duty
6. Breach of statutory duty
IV. Torts Involving Land
7. Occupiers' Liability
8. Nuisance
9. Rylands v Fletcher liability
10. Trespass to land
V. Damages and Other Remedies
11. Damages and other remedies
VI. Special Kinds of Harm
12. Negligence: psychiatric damage
13. Negligence: economic loss
14. Defamation
VII. Product Liability
15. Product liability
VIII. Liability for the Tort of Others
16. Liability for the torts of others
IX. Torts Against the Person
17. Torts against the person
X. Revising for a Tort Exam
18. Revising for a tort exam ;