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Notes cover the first part of the LAWS1012 course at Usyd, that of Intentional Torts. The notes gives a case by case summary and important points emphasised by lecturer. Sample text: Introduction to tort law - A tort is a civil wrong, which is usually compensated by damages. It involves a balancing act between the plaintiff's interests and the defendant's conduct. Plaintiff's interests include: invasion of bodily integrity, personal property and land, financial interests, reputation (action for defamation). Tort involves both intentional and negligent torts.
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