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Torts 1 Final Exam Notes

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Tort law Law Property law Common law Trespass Conversion Tort Assault Trespass in English law Negligence Battery Consent
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Lies only for injury directly and intentionally caused, or directly and negligently caused. - Distinction between direct and indirect acts: If a log is thrown and it hits someone, case against trespass can be made, because it is an immediate wrong; but if it lies there and someone tumble’s over it, and receive an injury’, cannot bring action against trespass. First established in Reynolds v Clarke later confirmed in Hutchins v Maughan - Example of direct act (P throws firecrackers, D throws back and injures P): Fire cracker thrown and then picked up and thrown and then exploded in the face of the P. Interference was held to be direct and thus a trespass as injury to plaintiff was direct result of the defendant’s action. Established in Scott v Shephard In...
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