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Torts Trespass End of Semester Exam

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Trespass to persons = Battery, assault, false imprisonment. Trespass to land and Nuisance, Trespass to goods. Passing off. All notes from lecture and text book

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Tort law Crimes Law Common law Violence Offences against the person Real property law Trespass Assault Battery Tort Collins v. Wilcock
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Tort law Crimes Law Common law Violence Offences against the person Real property law Trespass Assault Battery Tort Collins v. Wilcock
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What is a Tort Civil wrong Crimes or a breach of a contract Trespass or action on the case Trespass Direct Intentional or unintentional Negligent Action on the case Indirect act by the defendant Intentional History • Semayne’s Case (1604) Sir Edward Coke [1558-1774] All ER Rep 62: The house of everyone is to him as his castle and fortress as well for his defence against injury and violence as for his repose” King writ has no jurisdiction inside a persons house Entick v Carrington (1765) 95 ER 807 By the laws of England, every invasion of private property, be it ever so minute is a trespass ( stressing protect of individual of persons land and property) Affirmed the rule in Semayne’s case No man can set his foot upon my ground (direct) without my licence (consent), but he is liable to an action, though the damage be nothing (actionable per se), which is proved by ...
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