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A Modern View of the Law of Torts : The Commonwealth and International Library: Pergamon Modern Legal Outlines Division

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A Modern View of the Law of Torts : The Commonwealth and International Library: Pergamon Modern Legal Outlines Division
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A Modern View of the Law of Torts
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The Commonwealth and International Library: Pergamon Modern Legal Outlines Division
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Colyer, J. S
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KD1949 -- .C65 1966eb
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Farndale, W. A. J
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Torts -- Great Britain
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  • Front Cover -- A Modern View of the Law of Torts -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- ADDENDUM -- Editorial Foreword -- Author's Foreword -- Law Reports: Abbreviations and Explanation -- PART 1: INTRODUCTION -- CHAPTER 1. WHAT IS A TORT? -- CHAPTER 2. SINGULAR OR PLURAL -- PART 2: PARTIES TO THE ACTION -- CHAPTER 3. WHO MAY SUE? -- 1. General rule -- 2. Exceptional cases -- 3. Death of plaintiff -- 4. Fatal Accidents Acts -- CHAPTER 4. WHO MAY BE SUED? -- 1. Procedural immunities -- 2. The Crown -- 3. Infants -- 4. Corporations -- 5. Husband and wife -- 6. Trade unions, unincorporated associations -- 7. Partnerships, etc -- 8. Personal representatives-see p. 78 below -- CHAPTER 5. LIABILITY FOR ANOTHER PERSONS ACTS -- 1. Authorisation -- 2. Vicarious liability2 -- 3. Liability for acts of independent contractors -- CHAPTER 6. PARENTS AND CHILDREN -- CHAPTER 7. JOINT TORTFEASORS -- 1. Who are joint tortfeasors? -- 2. Consequences to the plaintiff -- 3. The consequences for the defendant: right to contribution -- PART 3: GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LIABILITY -- CHAPTER 8. CLASSIFICATION OF THE PLAINTIFF'S INTEREST -- CHAPTER 9. CLASSIFICATION OF DEFENDANT'S CONDUCT: FAULT -- 1. The defendant's mental attitude -- 2. Fault -- 3. Evidentiary considerations -- 4. Classification -- CHAPTER 10. INTENTIONAL CONDUCT -- CHAPTER 11. NEGLIGENCE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Components-duty, breach, damage -- 3. Duty: Reasonable foresight -- 4. Examples -- 5. Breach: Standard of care -- 6. Damage -- CHAPTER 12. MOTIVE: MALICE -- PART 4: GENERAL DEFENCES TO ACTIONS IN TORT -- CHAPTER 13. DEFINITION -- CHAPTER 14. VOLUNTARY ASSUMPTION OF RISK, CONTRACT, CONSENT -- CHAPTER 15. CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE -- 1. Generally -- 2. The statute -- 3. Rescues -- CHAPTER 16. NECESSITY -- CHAPTER 17. WARTIME MILITARY NECESSITY: ACT OF STATE
  • CHAPTER 18. DEFENCE OF PERSON OR PROPERTY -- CHAPTER 19. STATUTORY AUTHORITY:1 ABSOLUTE AND CONDITIONAL -- CHAPTER 20. EXTURPI CAUSA -- CHAPTER 21. EXERCISE OF A LEGAL RIGHT -- CHAPTER 22. LEGAL PROCESSES -- CHAPTER 23. INEVITABLE ACCIDENT -- CHAPTER 24. MISTAKE: INSANITY -- CHAPTER 25. THE RULE IN SMITH v. SELWYN* -- PART 5: REMEDIES -- CHAPTER 26. SELF-HELP -- CHAPTER 27. JUDICIAL REMEDIES: GENERAL -- CHAPTER 28. DAMAGES -- 1. Their purpose is compensatory -- 2. Damages for continuing and non-continuing torts -- 3. Ordinary damages -- 4. Effect of benefits for plaintiff resulting from tort -- 5. Aggravated damages -- 6. Exemplary damages -- 7. Remoteness of damage -- 8. Plaintiff's duty to mitigate damages -- CHAPTER 29. SPECIFIC RESTITUTION -- CHAPTER 30. INJUNCTION -- CHAPTER 31. DECLARATION -- PART 6: EXTINCTION OF REMEDIES -- CHAPTER 32. DEATH -- 1. Death of plaintiff -- 2. Death of defendant -- CHAPTER 33. LIMITATION -- CHAPTER 34. PRESCRIPTION -- CHAPTER 35. WAIVER, RELEASE, ACCORD AND SATISFACTION -- CHAPTER 36. JUDGEMENT: SATISFACTION -- PART 7: -- CHAPTER 37. A TABLE OF THE LAW OF TORTS -- PART 8: TORTS PROTECTING THE PERSON OF THE PLAINTIFF -- CHAPTER 38. BATTERY. ASSAULT -- 1. Definition and scope -- 2. Special defences -- CHAPTER 39. INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF PHYSICAL HARM -- CHAPTER 40. TRESPASS TO THE PERSON -- CHAPTER 41. NEGLIGENCE (i.e. AS A TORT) -- 1. Generally -- 2. Special duty relationships or situations -- 3. Breach -- CHAPTER 42. ACTIONS FOR BREACH OF STATUTORY DUTY -- CHAPTER 43. OCCUPIERS' LIABILITY (LIABILITY OF OCCUPIERS OF PREMISES) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Who is an "occupier" for this purpose ? -- 3. What are "premises" ? "Current operations" -- 4. Who can sue the occupier ? Lawful visitors -- 5. The common duty of care
  • 6. Special defences, especially conditional licence to enter and contract -- 7. Trespassers -- 8. Ramblers -- CHAPTER 44. PUBLIC NUISANCE -- CHAPTER 45. THE SCIENTER ACTION AND LIABILITY FOR ANIMALS -- 1. Scienter -- 2. Dogs -- 3. Animals and negligence -- PART 9: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT -- CHAPTER 46. FALSE IMPRISONMENT -- 1. The "imprisonment" -- 2. Lawful justification -- PART 10: TORTS PROTECTING THE REPUTATION OF THE PLAINTIFF -- CHAPTER 47. LIBEL AND SLANDER -- 1. Defamatory publication -- 2. Libel and slander distinguished -- 3. The defendant's conduct and mental attitude -- 4. Reference to plaintiff -- 5. Innuendo -- 6. Special defences -- 7. Damages -- PART 11: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S FAMILY INTERESTS -- CHAPTER 48. ENTICEMENT: HARBOURING: ADULTERY: ACTIONS FOR LOSS OF CONSORTIUM AND LOSS OF SERVICES -- 1. Enticement -- 2. Harbouring -- 3. Special defences in enticement and harbouring -- 4. Adultery -- 5. Action for loss of consortium -- 6. Action for loss of services -- CHAPTER 49. SEDUCTION -- PART 12: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S INTEREST IN HIS GOODS -- CHAPTER 50. TRESPASS TO GOODS -- CHAPTER 51. DETINUE -- CHAPTER 52. CONVERSION -- 1. Who can sue? -- 2. Definition and mental elements in this tort -- 3. Examples of conversions -- 4. Conversion by receiving -- 5. Damages -- 6. Jus tertii, market overt, etc -- CHAPTER 53. NEGLIGENCE -- 1. Generally -- 2. Bailment -- 3. Damage to reversionary interests -- CHAPTER 54. COMMON CARRIERS AND INNKEEPERS -- CHAPTER 55. A COMPARISON OF THE VARIOUS ACTIONS WHICH PROTECT THE PLAINTIFF'S INTEREST IN HIS GOODS -- PART 13. TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S PECUNIARY INTERESTS OTHER THAN IN RESPECT OF INJURIES TO HIS LAND OR GOODS1 -- CHAPTER 56. FRAUD (DECEIT) -- 1. Generally -- 2. The five elements of fraud
  • 3. Special defence: Lord Tenterden's Act -- CHAPTER 57. MALICIOUS FALSEHOOD (INCLUDING SLANDER OF GOODS AND TITLE) -- 1. Malicious falsehood -- 2. Slander of goods and slander of title -- 3. Special defence: absolute privilege -- 4. Remedies -- CHAPTER 58. PASSING OFF -- CHAPTER 59. INTERFERENCE WITH CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS -- 1. Essentials of the tort -- 2. Special defences -- CHAPTER 60. INTIMIDATION1 -- 1. The tort itself -- 2. Special defences -- CHAPTER 61. CONSPIRACY -- 1. Two types -- 2. Special defences -- PART 14: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S LAND -- CHAPTER 62. TRESPASS TO LAND -- 1. Who can sue? -- 2. What is a trespass to land ? -- 3. Trespass ab initio -- 4. Remedies -- 5. Special defences -- CHAPTER 63. NUISANCE (i.e. PRIVATE NUISANCE) -- 1. Definition -- 2. "An interference with the plaintiff's use or enjoyment of his land" -- 3. "Or with some legal interest of the plaintiff in land" -- 4. "Which has been caused indirectly by the defendant" -- 5. "Which is continuous or repetitive" -- 6. General defences in nuisance -- 7. Special defence: jus tertii -- CHAPTER 64. RY LANDS v. FLETCHER -- 1. Scope of this tort -- 2. Defences -- CHAPTER 65. RULES GOVERNING LIABILITY FOR FIRE -- CHAPTER 66. CATTLE TRESPASS -- CHAPTER 67. A COMPARISON OF THE PROTECTION AFFORDED TO THE PLAINTIFF BY THE TORTS DISCUSSED IN PART 14 -- PART 15: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S INCORPOREAL PROPERTY -- CHAPTER 68. WHAT IS "INCORPOREAL PROPERTY"? -- CHAPTER 69. NUISANCE (IN RESPECT OF INCORPOREAL PROPERTY) -- 1. Licences -- 2. Easements -- PART 16: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S INTEREST IN THE PROPER CONDUCT OF LEGAL PROCEEDINGS -- CHAPTER 70. MALICIOUS PROSECUTION -- (1) The defendant instigated earlier legal proceedings against the plaintiff -- (2) The legal proceedings are such as would injure the reputation
  • (3) The proceedings instigated by the defendant were unsuccessful. -- (4) No reasonable cause for the previous proceedings -- (5) Malice -- (6) Damage -- CHAPTER 71. MAINTENANCE AND CHAMPERTY -- 1. Maintenance -- 2. Special defences to maintenance: common interest and charity -- 3. Champerty -- CHAPTER 72. DEFAULTING WITNESSES -- PART 17: ODDMENTS AND POSTSCRIPT -- CHAPTER 73. UBI JUS IBI REMEDIUM -- CHAPTER 74. FAILURE BY COMMON CARRIERS1 AND INNKEEPERS1 TO SERVE THE PLAINTIFF -- CHAPTER 75. POSTSCRIPT -- INDEX
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A Modern View of the Law of Torts : The Commonwealth and International Library: Pergamon Modern Legal Outlines Division
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- A Modern View of the Law of Torts -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- ADDENDUM -- Editorial Foreword -- Author's Foreword -- Law Reports: Abbreviations and Explanation -- PART 1: INTRODUCTION -- CHAPTER 1. WHAT IS A TORT? -- CHAPTER 2. SINGULAR OR PLURAL -- PART 2: PARTIES TO THE ACTION -- CHAPTER 3. WHO MAY SUE? -- 1. General rule -- 2. Exceptional cases -- 3. Death of plaintiff -- 4. Fatal Accidents Acts -- CHAPTER 4. WHO MAY BE SUED? -- 1. Procedural immunities -- 2. The Crown -- 3. Infants -- 4. Corporations -- 5. Husband and wife -- 6. Trade unions, unincorporated associations -- 7. Partnerships, etc -- 8. Personal representatives-see p. 78 below -- CHAPTER 5. LIABILITY FOR ANOTHER PERSONS ACTS -- 1. Authorisation -- 2. Vicarious liability2 -- 3. Liability for acts of independent contractors -- CHAPTER 6. PARENTS AND CHILDREN -- CHAPTER 7. JOINT TORTFEASORS -- 1. Who are joint tortfeasors? -- 2. Consequences to the plaintiff -- 3. The consequences for the defendant: right to contribution -- PART 3: GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LIABILITY -- CHAPTER 8. CLASSIFICATION OF THE PLAINTIFF'S INTEREST -- CHAPTER 9. CLASSIFICATION OF DEFENDANT'S CONDUCT: FAULT -- 1. The defendant's mental attitude -- 2. Fault -- 3. Evidentiary considerations -- 4. Classification -- CHAPTER 10. INTENTIONAL CONDUCT -- CHAPTER 11. NEGLIGENCE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Components-duty, breach, damage -- 3. Duty: Reasonable foresight -- 4. Examples -- 5. Breach: Standard of care -- 6. Damage -- CHAPTER 12. MOTIVE: MALICE -- PART 4: GENERAL DEFENCES TO ACTIONS IN TORT -- CHAPTER 13. DEFINITION -- CHAPTER 14. VOLUNTARY ASSUMPTION OF RISK, CONTRACT, CONSENT -- CHAPTER 15. CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE -- 1. Generally -- 2. The statute -- 3. Rescues -- CHAPTER 16. NECESSITY -- CHAPTER 17. WARTIME MILITARY NECESSITY: ACT OF STATE
  • CHAPTER 18. DEFENCE OF PERSON OR PROPERTY -- CHAPTER 19. STATUTORY AUTHORITY:1 ABSOLUTE AND CONDITIONAL -- CHAPTER 20. EXTURPI CAUSA -- CHAPTER 21. EXERCISE OF A LEGAL RIGHT -- CHAPTER 22. LEGAL PROCESSES -- CHAPTER 23. INEVITABLE ACCIDENT -- CHAPTER 24. MISTAKE: INSANITY -- CHAPTER 25. THE RULE IN SMITH v. SELWYN* -- PART 5: REMEDIES -- CHAPTER 26. SELF-HELP -- CHAPTER 27. JUDICIAL REMEDIES: GENERAL -- CHAPTER 28. DAMAGES -- 1. Their purpose is compensatory -- 2. Damages for continuing and non-continuing torts -- 3. Ordinary damages -- 4. Effect of benefits for plaintiff resulting from tort -- 5. Aggravated damages -- 6. Exemplary damages -- 7. Remoteness of damage -- 8. Plaintiff's duty to mitigate damages -- CHAPTER 29. SPECIFIC RESTITUTION -- CHAPTER 30. INJUNCTION -- CHAPTER 31. DECLARATION -- PART 6: EXTINCTION OF REMEDIES -- CHAPTER 32. DEATH -- 1. Death of plaintiff -- 2. Death of defendant -- CHAPTER 33. LIMITATION -- CHAPTER 34. PRESCRIPTION -- CHAPTER 35. WAIVER, RELEASE, ACCORD AND SATISFACTION -- CHAPTER 36. JUDGEMENT: SATISFACTION -- PART 7: -- CHAPTER 37. A TABLE OF THE LAW OF TORTS -- PART 8: TORTS PROTECTING THE PERSON OF THE PLAINTIFF -- CHAPTER 38. BATTERY. ASSAULT -- 1. Definition and scope -- 2. Special defences -- CHAPTER 39. INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF PHYSICAL HARM -- CHAPTER 40. TRESPASS TO THE PERSON -- CHAPTER 41. NEGLIGENCE (i.e. AS A TORT) -- 1. Generally -- 2. Special duty relationships or situations -- 3. Breach -- CHAPTER 42. ACTIONS FOR BREACH OF STATUTORY DUTY -- CHAPTER 43. OCCUPIERS' LIABILITY (LIABILITY OF OCCUPIERS OF PREMISES) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Who is an "occupier" for this purpose ? -- 3. What are "premises" ? "Current operations" -- 4. Who can sue the occupier ? Lawful visitors -- 5. The common duty of care
  • 6. Special defences, especially conditional licence to enter and contract -- 7. Trespassers -- 8. Ramblers -- CHAPTER 44. PUBLIC NUISANCE -- CHAPTER 45. THE SCIENTER ACTION AND LIABILITY FOR ANIMALS -- 1. Scienter -- 2. Dogs -- 3. Animals and negligence -- PART 9: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT -- CHAPTER 46. FALSE IMPRISONMENT -- 1. The "imprisonment" -- 2. Lawful justification -- PART 10: TORTS PROTECTING THE REPUTATION OF THE PLAINTIFF -- CHAPTER 47. LIBEL AND SLANDER -- 1. Defamatory publication -- 2. Libel and slander distinguished -- 3. The defendant's conduct and mental attitude -- 4. Reference to plaintiff -- 5. Innuendo -- 6. Special defences -- 7. Damages -- PART 11: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S FAMILY INTERESTS -- CHAPTER 48. ENTICEMENT: HARBOURING: ADULTERY: ACTIONS FOR LOSS OF CONSORTIUM AND LOSS OF SERVICES -- 1. Enticement -- 2. Harbouring -- 3. Special defences in enticement and harbouring -- 4. Adultery -- 5. Action for loss of consortium -- 6. Action for loss of services -- CHAPTER 49. SEDUCTION -- PART 12: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S INTEREST IN HIS GOODS -- CHAPTER 50. TRESPASS TO GOODS -- CHAPTER 51. DETINUE -- CHAPTER 52. CONVERSION -- 1. Who can sue? -- 2. Definition and mental elements in this tort -- 3. Examples of conversions -- 4. Conversion by receiving -- 5. Damages -- 6. Jus tertii, market overt, etc -- CHAPTER 53. NEGLIGENCE -- 1. Generally -- 2. Bailment -- 3. Damage to reversionary interests -- CHAPTER 54. COMMON CARRIERS AND INNKEEPERS -- CHAPTER 55. A COMPARISON OF THE VARIOUS ACTIONS WHICH PROTECT THE PLAINTIFF'S INTEREST IN HIS GOODS -- PART 13. TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S PECUNIARY INTERESTS OTHER THAN IN RESPECT OF INJURIES TO HIS LAND OR GOODS1 -- CHAPTER 56. FRAUD (DECEIT) -- 1. Generally -- 2. The five elements of fraud
  • 3. Special defence: Lord Tenterden's Act -- CHAPTER 57. MALICIOUS FALSEHOOD (INCLUDING SLANDER OF GOODS AND TITLE) -- 1. Malicious falsehood -- 2. Slander of goods and slander of title -- 3. Special defence: absolute privilege -- 4. Remedies -- CHAPTER 58. PASSING OFF -- CHAPTER 59. INTERFERENCE WITH CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS -- 1. Essentials of the tort -- 2. Special defences -- CHAPTER 60. INTIMIDATION1 -- 1. The tort itself -- 2. Special defences -- CHAPTER 61. CONSPIRACY -- 1. Two types -- 2. Special defences -- PART 14: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S LAND -- CHAPTER 62. TRESPASS TO LAND -- 1. Who can sue? -- 2. What is a trespass to land ? -- 3. Trespass ab initio -- 4. Remedies -- 5. Special defences -- CHAPTER 63. NUISANCE (i.e. PRIVATE NUISANCE) -- 1. Definition -- 2. "An interference with the plaintiff's use or enjoyment of his land" -- 3. "Or with some legal interest of the plaintiff in land" -- 4. "Which has been caused indirectly by the defendant" -- 5. "Which is continuous or repetitive" -- 6. General defences in nuisance -- 7. Special defence: jus tertii -- CHAPTER 64. RY LANDS v. FLETCHER -- 1. Scope of this tort -- 2. Defences -- CHAPTER 65. RULES GOVERNING LIABILITY FOR FIRE -- CHAPTER 66. CATTLE TRESPASS -- CHAPTER 67. A COMPARISON OF THE PROTECTION AFFORDED TO THE PLAINTIFF BY THE TORTS DISCUSSED IN PART 14 -- PART 15: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S INCORPOREAL PROPERTY -- CHAPTER 68. WHAT IS "INCORPOREAL PROPERTY"? -- CHAPTER 69. NUISANCE (IN RESPECT OF INCORPOREAL PROPERTY) -- 1. Licences -- 2. Easements -- PART 16: TORTS PROTECTING THE PLAINTIFF'S INTEREST IN THE PROPER CONDUCT OF LEGAL PROCEEDINGS -- CHAPTER 70. MALICIOUS PROSECUTION -- (1) The defendant instigated earlier legal proceedings against the plaintiff -- (2) The legal proceedings are such as would injure the reputation
  • (3) The proceedings instigated by the defendant were unsuccessful. -- (4) No reasonable cause for the previous proceedings -- (5) Malice -- (6) Damage -- CHAPTER 71. MAINTENANCE AND CHAMPERTY -- 1. Maintenance -- 2. Special defences to maintenance: common interest and charity -- 3. Champerty -- CHAPTER 72. DEFAULTING WITNESSES -- PART 17: ODDMENTS AND POSTSCRIPT -- CHAPTER 73. UBI JUS IBI REMEDIUM -- CHAPTER 74. FAILURE BY COMMON CARRIERS1 AND INNKEEPERS1 TO SERVE THE PLAINTIFF -- CHAPTER 75. POSTSCRIPT -- INDEX
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1 online resource (254 pages)
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9781483156385
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Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
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  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1879420
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10993309
  • (OCoLC)897650954

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