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Tort law Law Common law Trespass Tort Battery Assault Negligence Trespass in English law Letang v Cooper
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Tort law Law Common law Trespass Tort Battery Assault Negligence Trespass in English law Letang v Cooper
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PUT IN RELEVANT SECTIONS OF THE CLA AIMS OF TORT • Compensaçon • Loss shifting and loss distribuçon • Punishment/deterrence HIERARCHY OF LAWS Tort rights at CL can be overridden by contract; plainçff can contractually assign tort rights to insurer MODERN LAW OF TORT PRODUCT OF 2 WRITS Trespass: Ac6on on the case: protects from DIRECT interference protects from INDIRECT interference Ps damage was directly caused by Ds conduct-­‐ ScoÖ v Shepherd ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF PROVING TRESPASS-­‐ common to all trespass to person INTENTIONAL CONDUCT/ FAULT ▪ It is sufficient ...
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