The law of Tort allows a person to protect their interests. Such interests could range from damage to their person, property or reputation; to protecting their economic interests or privacy.
This 3,500 word study aims to provide the reader a fundamental understanding of the Law of Tort in the English Legal System; both as a study in its own right, and as a stepping-stone to further research.
The main areas covered are:-
• The Tort of Defamation
• The Tort of Negligence
• The Tort of Nuisance
• The Tort of Trespass
For each Tort, the nature of the Tort is explained, as are the elements need in order to prove a case. Possible defences against an action in each Tort are discussed, as are the possible remedies available.
English Law Series by Andrew Alexander:
English Law – An Introduction to Courts and Judges.
English Law – Criminal Sentences.
English Law – Family Law.
English Law – Freedoms.
English Law – General Defences in Criminal Law.
English Law – Introduction to Criminal Law.
English Law – Magistrates.
English Law – Murder and Manslaughter.
English Law – Non-Fatal Offences against the Person.
English Law – Offences against Property.
English Law – The Concepts of Fault, Justice and Morals.
English Law – The Jury System.
English Law – The Law of Tort.
English Law – The Legal Profession.
English Law – The Tort of Negligence.
True Crimes Series by Andrew Alexander:-
Ruth Ellis – The Last Woman to be Hanged.
Myra Hindley and Ian Brady - The Moors Murderers.
Peter Sutcliffe - The Yorkshire Ripper.
John Christie – The 10 Rillington Place Murders.
Donald Neilson – The Black Panther.
Dennis Nilsen – The Muswell Hill Murderer.
Kenneth Erskine – The Stockwell Strangler.
Fred and Rose West – The House of Horrors.
Ted Bundy – The College Girl Killer.
Jeffrey Dahmer – The Milwaukee Cannibal.
David Berkowitz – The Son of Sam.