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Australian Principles of Tort Law 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9781862878549
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781862877276
Published: May 2012
Publisher: The Federation Press
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: £64.99



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Now in its third edition Australian Principles of Tort Law continues to provide currency, depth of analysis, and clear instruction as to how to approach this challenging area of law.

This edition incorporates the latest materials and includes observations as to the scope and content of the growing body of legal interpretation of the tort law reform legislation across all jurisdictions, as courts throughout Australia interpret and apply the challenging legislative provisions.

Stewart and Stuhmcke succeed in clarifying a conceptually difficult area of law across all Australian jurisdictions. They discuss an excellent range of cases (geographical and hierarchical), explain the relevance and applicability of the tort law reform legislation, and detail the impact and importance of the 'Ipp Report'.

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Contents:
Introduction to the law of torts
The nature of intentional torts
Intentional torts to the person
Actions on the cases for physical injuries or nervous shock
Trespass to land Intentional torts relating to goods
Defences to intentional torts
Introduction to negligence and duty of care
Breach of duty
Scope of liability: Causation
Scope of liability: Remoteness of damage
Proof
Defences to negligence: contributory negligence, voluntary assumption of risk and statutory defences
The Framework of the NSW Civil Liability Act 2002
Personal liability of criminals, volunteers, good samaritans and apologists
Atypical plaintiffs and specific duty issues
Negligently caused pure economic loss
Liability of statutory authorities in Negligence
The Tort of Breach of statutory duty
Vicarious liability and non-delegable duties
Nuisance
Remedies
Death
Contribution among Tortfeasors