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Clerk & Lindsell On Torts 21st ed isbn 9780414034259

Clerk & Lindsell On Torts 20th ed

Edited by: Michael A. Jones, Anthony M Dugdale

ISBN13: 9781847037961
New Edition ISBN: 9780414034259
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780421888906
Published: October 2010
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Clerk & Lindsell on Torts is the definitive work in this area. It supplies the most authoritative guidance available on all aspects of the law of tort and is widely referred to and cited by practitioners and the judiciary. Clerk & Lindsell on Torts:

  • Covers all areas of tort, including negligence, defamation, nuisance and trespass, and statutory torts
  • Deals with common law, statutory, individual and commercial torts individually, chapter by chapter
  • Offers unequalled explanation of the general principles and shows how these apply in different situations through detailed analysis of case law
  • Gives detailed guidance on remedies, such as damages and injunctions
  • Examines possible defences and arguments that can be used
  • Covers the relevant human rights issues
  • Considers Commonwealth law, making the work relevant throughout the common law world
  • Keeps you fully up to date with regular supplements

Subjects:
Tort Law, Common Law Library
Contents:
Principles of Liability in Tort
Causation in Tort: General Principles
General Defences
Joint Liability and Contribution
Capacity and Parties
Vicarious Liability
Foreign Torts
Negligence
Breach of Statutory Duty
Professional Liability
Product Liability and Consumer Protection
Occupiers' Liability and Defective Premises
Employers' Liability
Public Service Liability
Trespass to the Person
Malicious Prosecution
Wrongful Interference with Goods
Deceit
Trespass to Land and Dispossession
Nuisance
Animals
Defamation
Malicious Falsehood
Economic Torts
Statutory Intellectual Property Rights
Passing Off
Breach of Confidence and Privacy
Damages
Injunctions
Self-Help
Discharge of Torts
Limitation.