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Torts Final Exam Notes

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Final exam notes for Torts. These notes are set up with pro forma generic answers that are annotated so that they can be adopted to suit any given problem question. Got an HD in this exam.

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Law Tort law English tort law Criminal law Elements of crime Judicial remedies Causation Negligence Duty of care Tort Breaking the chain Omission
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Law Tort law English tort law Criminal law Elements of crime Judicial remedies Causation Negligence Duty of care Tort Breaking the chain Omission
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⇒ It is assumed that a duty of care exists, but to establish a breach the scope of that duty must be defined. ⇒ Cardinal to any claim is that you must have damage. BREACH (SEE OVER) ________________ 2. BREACH: 2.1. BASIC OVERVIEW: ⇒ A breach occurs when someone fails to discharge their duty of care. ⇒ Inquiry into breach must be prospective (i.e. considering the event from before it happened) 2.2. QUESTIONS TO AUGMENT GENERIC STRUCTURE: o Is the Defendant a child Insert 2.4.1. at . o Is the Defendant mentally handicapped Insert 2.4.2. at . o Is the Defendant a learner Insert 2.4.3. at . o Is the Defendant a professional Insert 2.4.4. at . o Is the Plaintiff known or ought to be known to be vulnerable ...
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