Subjects under University of New South Wales
Document Details

Introduction to law and justice mid-semester assignment

User Description:
mid semester assignment - semester 1 2013; Judgment analysis of Dean v Phung [2013]

Thinkswap Satisfaction Guarantee

Each document purchased on Thinkswap is covered by our Satisfaction Guarantee policy. If you are not satisfied with the quality of any document, or you believe the document was incorrectly described or categorised, Thinkswap will provide a full refund of exchange credits so you can check out another document. For more information please click here.

This student studied:
Claim a Thinkswap Bounty

Do you know if the Subject listed above has changed recently? Click report to earn free Exchange Credits!

Document Information:
6 Pages Essays / Projects > 2 Years old
Share

2 Ex Credits


Document Screenshots:
Introduction to law and justice mid-semester assignment
Topics this document covers:
Politics Law Business Appeal Lawsuits Hospitality Tort law Negligence Tort Damages Criminal law Trespass Consent Intentional tort Wilkinson v Downton
This is an Essay / Project

Essays / Projects are typically greater than 5 pages in length and are assessments that have been previously submitted by a student for academic grading.

What are Exchange Credits:

Exchange Credits represent the worth of each document on Thinkswap. In exchange for uploading documents you will receive credits. These can then be used to checkout other documents on Thinkswap.

Topics this document covers:
Politics Law Business Appeal Lawsuits Hospitality Tort law Negligence Tort Damages Criminal law Trespass Consent Intentional tort Wilkinson v Downton
Sample Text:
Todd Dean (the plaintiff) appealed against the judgment of the Supreme Court and on 25 July 2012, the Court of Appeal allowed the appeal. The plaintiff submitted that the treatment performed by Dr Phung (the appellant) was unnecessary but had been presented to him as necessary and therefore constituted a trespass to the person;1 hence avoiding the limitations on the recovery of damages imposed by the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) (the “Act”). 2. For the reasons which follow, the appeal should be allowed and the damages, assessed in accordance with the Act, decreased. Issues on appeal 3. The issue identified is whether the Court of Appeal erred in saying that the Act cannot be applied to the plaintiff`s claim. Case on appeal 4. The critical findings sought by the appellant were (a) civil liabili...
Similar Documents to Introduction to law and justice mid-semester assignment

Intentional Torts Summary

This student studied:
University of New South Wales - LAWS1052 - Introducing Law and Justice

A detailed summary and description of the elements required for intentional torts, and their authorities.

5 Ex Credits

View Details

Torts Exam Notes

This student studied:
Deakin University - MLL213 - Torts

These are my notes for Torts and I used them to obtain a HD for the unity. My approach was to construct them in such a way that reading them would make sense to someone even if they had not been acquainted with the content before. Thus making it of great assistance in an exam and not requiring any further reference. These notes contain all the topics for the current unit syllabus including; Fundamental principles Trespass to land Defences to intentional torts Introduction to Negligence Breach of Duty of Care Causation Remoteness of damage Mere omissions Liability for mental harm Defences to negligence Private Nuisance Breach of statutory duty

5 Ex Credits

View Details

Torts Law Notes

This student studied:
Western Sydney University - 200008 - Torts Law

A document of torts law notes. Covers trespass and intentional torts as well as negligence . Covers the following topics as well has having numerous case studies and links to Civil Liability Act Trespass to Person: Assault Trespass to Person: Battery Trespass to Person: False Imprisonment Trespass to Land Action on the Case Negligence Definition of Negligence Concurrent Liability DOC- Non-Economic Loss DOC- Pure Economic Loss DOC- Pure Mental Harm Breach Damage Defences Remedies

5 Ex Credits

View Details

Case Note

This student studied:
University of New South Wales - LAWS1052 - Introducing Law and Justice

The above document is a the mid sem examination for foundation of law and is a case note. this document received a distinction grade and is complete.

2 Ex Credits

View Details