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English Law - The Law of Tort. (English Law Series. Book 13) [Kindle Edition]

Andrew Alexander
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A tort is a civil wrong committed against an individual or a legal entity such as a company, as opposed to a criminal offence which is committed against the state.

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.

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  • Print Length: 14 pages
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  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars A good introduction to a difficult subject. 24 Nov 2012
By zorro45
Format:Kindle Edition
A well-written introduction to the main torts in English law. Probably most useful for the more able British GCSE students, or anyone reading on the subject for the first time. An excellent exam tool; clear, concise and informative.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book is great. 28 Nov 2013
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This book is great. It explains the tort law and breaks down what is meant by tort law. It has helped me with my studies.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very Informative 28 Jun 2013
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I am prosecuting several people using the Law of tort, and found this book to be very informative. It has given some knowledge about Tort which is the basis on which my case is being built
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