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Textbook on Tort

David HowarthClare College, University of Cambridge

ISBN13: 9780406035042
ISBN: 0406035040
Published: June 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The Butterworth Prize winning title presents Tort in an authoritative and user-friendly manner, presenting a clear account of the most recent arguments commonly used by the courts and how they are developing from case to case. Deals with the convergence of European tort systems, the comparative sections dealing with French and German as well as Common Law sources.

Tort Law
1. What is tort law?; 2. Negligence: a preface; 3. Fault; 4. Causation and remoteness; 5. Duty; 6. Economic loss and negligence; 7. Breach of statutory duty - (1) in general; 8. Breach of statutory duty - (2) specific statutory duty; 9. Intentional torts - (1) physical interference; 10. Intentional torts - (2) economic and moral interests; 11. Nuisance and Rylands v Fletcher; 12. Defamation; 13. Damages; 14. Vicarious liability; 15. Defences; Index