The aim of this work is to demonstrate to the well-prepared candidate how to translate knowledge into answers that will attract high grades. Topics in which there have been recent developments are always popular with examiners, and included in this new edition are questions cover such areas.
This book demonstrates to candidates how to translate knowledge into answers that will attract high grades in examinations. The new edition includes recent developments (which are always popular with examiners), such as the strict liability approach to product liability, the application of the Human Rights Act to nuisance and Rylands, and the current approach to the complex area of breach of statutory duty. QA Torts Law is especially useful for the undergraduate law student who is in the process of preparing for examinations.
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Table of Contents
Vicarious Liability; Negligence-Duty of Care Generally and Restricted Situations; Negligence-Breach,Causation and Remoteness of Damage; Breach of Statutory Duty; Employers' Liability; Product Liability; Occupiers' Liability; Nuisance; The Rule in Rylands v Fletcher and Fire; Animals; Defamation; Trespass to the Person, to Land and to Goods; Economic Torts; Remedies; General Defences.
Torts Q&A 2003-2004 5/e by David Green
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