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LAWS1012 Full Subject Comprehensive Exam Notes

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Tort law Trespass Tort Nuisance Necessity Damages Remoteness in English law Negligence Invitee Volenti non fit injuria Nuisance in English law Trespass in English law
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Tort law Trespass Tort Nuisance Necessity Damages Remoteness in English law Negligence Invitee Volenti non fit injuria Nuisance in English law Trespass in English law
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Innes v Wylie 2. that directly (Hutchins v Maughan) 3. with fault; intention or carelessness (Williams v Milotin) • Intention is not, necessarily, to harm the P; it is enough that the D intended to perform the act which caused the contact with the P (Tv T). 4. causes physical contact with the P (Rixon v Star City) • Need not be hostile: or touching in “anger”. 5. without consent or lawful defence (i.e. self defence) • Collins v Willcock: “the least touching of another, however slight, may amount to battery” • Except – o contact of the unavoidable, harmless incidents of everyday life (Cole v Turner) o where the D can prove the P’s consent o ...
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