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LAW2201 Summary with Cases

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This is my personal and final summary of all topics and relevant cases for Torts A 2013.

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Technology Politics Law Labor Business Social Issues Entertainment War Common law Tort law Tort Disaster Education Health Religion Trespass Sports Intentional tort Letang v Cooper Rylands v Fletcher Conversion Detinue Nuisance Necessity
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Technology Politics Law Labor Business Social Issues Entertainment War Common law Tort law Tort Disaster Education Health Religion Trespass Sports Intentional tort Letang v Cooper Rylands v Fletcher Conversion Detinue Nuisance Necessity
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- Assault: committed by intentionally creating in another person an apprehension of imminent harmful or offensive contact. - Can be battery without assault, vice versa. - No limits on awards of damages for personal injury where “civil liability of a person in respect of an intentional act that is done by the person with intent to cause injury or death or that is sexual assault or other sexual misconduct”. Rixon v Star City Pty Ltd - Banned guy goes to casino, and employee told him to leave by alerting his attention through touching his shoulder. May detain the person until police officer came. - Plaintiff appealed from the dismissal of his actions for unlawful arrest, false imprisonment and assault and battery. - ‘Put hand on shoulder’ and he ‘spun around’. It was not that the employee turned him around forcefully. - Trial judge said act had la...
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