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Torts Law: In Principle 4th ed

ISBN13: 9780455221199
ISBN: 0455221197
Published: June 2005
Publisher: Thomson Reuters Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Torts Law: In Principle, 4th ed is a concise guide for students of the law of Torts. It is best used as a prescribed text or as a discretionary study aid for students who may be having difficulty with other resources. As part of the In Principle Series, this text presents each topic in a clear and accessible style using a variety of devices, such as flowcharts, diagrams and tables, to explain the material.

The 4th ed of Torts Law: In Principle represents a thorough revision of this long-standing text with particular emphasis on the impacts of tort law reform and the implementation of the federal review of torts law in Australia, which has become known as the Ipp Review.

The impacts of the Ipp Review have been examined in each relevant topic and the text therefore presents a clear and comprehensive picture of the state of Torts law in Australia today.

The text features flow-charts, diagrams, review questions and sample answers to aid the student’s understanding as they progress through the work. At particular points, summary tables are used to clearly represent the diversity of the legislative responses throughout Australian states. These summary tables enable the student to effective grasp the core legislative concepts and introduces the subtle variations between states without becoming lost in the intricacies of those differences.