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Street on Torts 15th ed


ISBN13: 9780198811169
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780198700944
Published: June 2018
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £35.99



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Street on Torts provides an insightful and thorough treatment of tort law with a focus on key concepts and clear explanations. This book builds upon the excellent legacy of its previous, celebrated authors with a renewed focus on the needs of today's students.

Alongside perceptive coverage of the key principles of tort law, succinct case extracts and accompanying analyses allow students to consider the law in context and understand how it is applied in practice. Key Issues boxes help to guide students through each chapter, whilst clear conclusions offer the opportunity for consolidation.

The 15th edition of the book also sees the introduction of problem questions at the end of each chapter, which allow students to actively apply their knowledge of the law whilst practising essential analytical and essay writing skills.

Online Resources

This book is accompanied by online resources, including answer guidance for each of the problem questions in the book, an additional chapter on animal torts and updates with details of key developments in the law since publication.

Subjects:
Tort Law
Contents:
Part I. Introduction
1: Overview of tort law
Part II. Negligent Invasions of Personal, Property, and Financial Interests
2: Duty of care I: foundational principles
3: Duty of care II: bodily injury and psychiatric illness
4: Duty of care III: property damage and purely financial losses
5: Duty of care IV: public authorities
6: Breach of duty
7: Causation and remoteness
8: Defences to negligence
9: Liability for defective premises and structures
Part III. Intentional Invasions of Interests in the Person and Property
10: Trespass to the person and related torts
11: Wrongful interference with goods
12: Trespass to land
13: Defences to intentional torts against the person or property
Part IV. Misrepresentation-based and 'Economic' Torts
14: False representations
15: The general economic torts
Part V. Torts Involving Strict or Stricter Liability
16: Product liability
17: Nuisance
18: The rule in Rylands v Fletcher
19: Breach of statutory duty
Part VI. Interests in Reputation: Defamation
20: Defamation: foundational principles
21: Defences and remedies in defamation
Part VII. Privacy
22: Privacy actions in tort
Part VIII. Misuse of Process and Public Powers
23: Misuse of process and public powers
Part IX. Parties and Remedies
24: Vicarious liability
25: Capacity and parties
26: Remedies