Focus Torts, 9th edition (eBook)
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Table of contents
2. Overview of Negligence
3. Standard of Care
4. Causation: Factual Causation and Scope of Liability
5. Duty of Care: Basic Concepts
6. ‘Affirmative Action’: The Duty to Act
7. Liability of Public Authorities
8. Economic Loss
9. Mental Harm
10. Defence: Contributory Negligence
11. Other Defences and Special Protection
12. Assessment of Damages for Personal Injuries
13. Breach of Statutory Duty
14. Loss Distribution Mechanisms: Vicarious Liability, Non-Delegable Duties, Contribution between Tortfeasors and Proportionate Liability
16. Trespass to the Person
17. Trespass to Land
18. Intentional Torts Relating to Goods
19. Defences to and Remedies for Intentional Torts