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LWB147 Torts A Full Exam Notes

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full notes for torts A at QUT. Extremely easy to use in the exam. It has all the chapters you need to prepare for the exam. Recent notes as well with highlighted cases. The teachers notes from lectures is also included.

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Tort law Law Common law Private law Trespass Tort Detinue Negligence Conversion Assault Cause of action Wilkinson v Downton
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Tort law Law Common law Private law Trespass Tort Detinue Negligence Conversion Assault Cause of action Wilkinson v Downton
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The word tort (wrong) comes from the Latin word tortus meaning crooked or twisted. The wrongs which are the subject of individual tort actions are the acts or omissions which infringe one or more of a range of rights recognized by the common law including: • Rights of personal safety and integrity (the torts of assault, battery, false imprisonment and negligence). • Rights associated with the possession and ownership of land (the torts of trespass to land, nuisance and negligence) and of personal property (the torts of trespass to chattels, conversion and negligence) • Rights associated with economic and commercial interests (the torts of passing off, conspiracy, deceit and negligence); and • Personal reputation (the tort o...
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