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Torts B Complete Notes

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all the complete notes for torts b. it has all the lectures notes combined in to one document which makes it extremely easy to navigate in the exam.

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Law Tort law Judicial remedies Criminal law Elements of crime Delict Negligence Damages Duty of care Causation Tort Punitive damages
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Law Tort law Judicial remedies Criminal law Elements of crime Delict Negligence Damages Duty of care Causation Tort Punitive damages
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laintiff in the position as if no tort had been committed Indemnity principle • An award of damages should not enrich the plaintiff, nor should the plaintiff be under compensated • Makes sure that plaintiff is not over compensated or under compensated Pecuniary & Non-pecuniary • Pecuniary- relating to money • Non-pecuniary- not relating to money Special damages • Calculated with precision, pecuniary, ‘out-of-pocket’ • Eg, past hospital & medical expenses; past loss of earning capacity General damages • Not capable of precise calculation o Pecuniary – relate to future economic losses ▪ Eg, future loss of earning capacity; future hospital & medical expenses; gratuitous services o Non-pecuniary – relate to things that are not economic (past and future) ▪ Eg, pain & suffering, loss of amenities etc: Civil Liability Act 2003 s 51 Heads of ...
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