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Torts Law Notes

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This notes is for university of tasmania torts law students. It is a complete notes covering all the contents.

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Tort law Law Common law Trespass Intentional tort Assault Consent Negligence Sexual assault Tort Trespass in English law Intentional infliction of emotional distress
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Tort law Law Common law Trespass Intentional tort Assault Consent Negligence Sexual assault Tort Trespass in English law Intentional infliction of emotional distress
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a physical interference or contact with the body of the plaintiff, 4. done without lawful justification 1.1 An Intentional Act No liability without intention to cause the interference. You need to know of the likely consequences of actions.You act voluntarily, there is no hostility required. Beals v Hayward 1960 - New Zealand case 16 year old boy, playing in fort that was on the neighbours property. Threw stones and behaved in an annoying matter. Asked to stop, didn’t comply. Threatened to shoot them. Then shot a blank, then shot a boy the next day. He intended to fire the gun, but he didn’t intend to apply force. Thus, it includes recklessness. Dale v Fox [2012] TASSC 84 Group of men, charged with criminal offences, plotted to blow up government laboratory. Confrontation at defendants home, defendant pointed shotgun at plaintiff. Told them to leave whilst point...
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