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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Hepple and Matthews' Tort Law Cases & Materials 7th ed

ISBN13: 9781849465557
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199203840
Published: November 2015
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.99

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New to Hart Publishing, this is the seventh edition of the classic casebook on tort, the first of its kind in the UK, and for many years now a bestselling and very popular text for students.

This new edition retains all the features that have made it such a popular and respected text, with extensive commentary, questions and notes supplementing the selection of cases and statutes which form the core of the book.

Taking a broadly contextual approach the book addresses all the main topics in tort law, is up-to-date, doctrinally sound, stimulating and highly readable.

Dedicated to Bob Hepple, who died whilst the book was in the last stages of production.

Bob Hepple, 1934 - 2015.

Tort Law, External LLB Titles
PART ONE: Principles and polic y of negligence
1. An action for damages in perspective
2. The duty of care
3. Duty of care: Special Problems
4. Pure economic loss
5. Breac h of duty
6. Causation and Remoteness of Damage
7. Defences : contributory negligence , volenti non fit injuria , exclusion of lia bility, and illegality and public policy
8. Assess ment of damages

10. Product Liability
11. Liability for animals
12. Breach of Statutory Duty
13. Intentional Interference with the Person
14. Interference with Lan d
15. Intentional economic torts
16. Interests in Reputation —De famation
17. Invasion of Privac y

PART THREE: Loss Distribution
18. Vica rio us Liability
19. Joint Liability
20. Insurance and Compensation