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The Law of Delict in Scotland


ISBN13: 9781474416788
Published: February 2022
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00



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An exhaustive account of the modern law of Delict in a historical and comparative context.

  • Covers negligence, injuries to specific interests (such as defamation and assault), statutory liability, and defences and remedies
  • Includes an introductory section that sets out the historical foundations for the modern law, and explains the principles common to all areas of liability
  • Essential reading at all levels in Scottish law schools (undergraduate, taught and research postgraduates, and academics) and for the Scottish legal profession: solicitors, advocates and in-house lawyers
  • Cross-referenced throughout for easy navigation

In this important book, Elspeth Reid presents an integrated treatment of the law of Delict in Scotland. Alongside its focus upon the Scots sources, where appropriate it also gives full consideration to case law and commentary from other jurisdictions, especially England and Wales.

Subjects:
Scots Law
Contents:
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of European Legislation
Preface
Abbreviations
Part I. Introduction
1. Historical Introduction
2. Fundamental Concepts
3. Liability for the Acts of Others
Part II. Negligence
4. Duty of Care
5. Economic Loss
6. Psychiatric Injury
7. Public Authorities
8. Roads Authorities
9. The Emergency Services
10. Standard of Care
11. Professional Negligence
12. Liability of Employers to Employees
Part III. Causation and Remoteness
13. Factual Causation
14. Legal Causation and Remoteness of Damage
Part IV. Injuries to Specific Interests
15. Intention and Malice
16. Interference with Bodily and Mental Integrity
17. Wrongful Deprivation of Liberty
18. Defamation and Malicious Publication
19. Breach of Confidence
20. Invasion of Privacy
21. The Economic Delicts
22. Nuisance
23. Interference with Property Rights
Part V. Statutory Liability
24. Breach of Statutory Duty
25. Occupiers’ Liability
26. Product Liability
27. Statutory Liability for Harm caused by Animals
28. Protection from Harassment
Part VI. Defences and Remedies
29. Defences and Contributory Negligence
30. Prescription and Limitation
31. Remedies
Index