ABOUT THE BOOK
Are you a law student and looking for a Tort Law book? Books on Tort Law include titles like Tort Law by Kirsty Horsey and Horsey and Rackley Tort Law. We provide an alternative compact Tort Law textbook. It is more exhaustive than Tort Law by Law Express but less exhaustive than the aforementioned bigger volumes. The book provides a handbook for college and university students studying Tort Law. It is the perfect text for a Tort law course for non-lawyers in the United Kingdom, for those wishing to specialise in negligence, or for those reviewing Tort law.
This Tort Law book provides a condensed introduction to the law of negligence for law students. It contains all the essential information. It provides tort law terminology and tort law concepts. This book covers every key topic. The book provides discussion on topics including: Introduction to Tort, Duty of Care, Restricted duties, Omissions & Acts of third Parties, Psychiatric Harm, Pure Economic Loss, Breach, Causation, Remoteness, Defences, Employers Liability & Vicarious Liability, Occupiers Liability, Trespass, Nuisance, Rylands v Fletcher, Product Liability, Defamation, Trespass to a Person, and Remedies. You may examine the table below for an overview of each chapter. You may also download a free sample pdf of Tort Law provided below.
The book provides the essential information you want and organises it in a certain manner. It includes the underlying concept, the case's authority, the case's facts, and the ratio. The ratio was the deciding element for the court's decision. The book then describes how the case should be implemented. No other book presents the subject matter in this way.
AIMS OF THE BOOK
Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of Tort Law.
Evaluate challenging simulated real-world scenarios and be able to identify legal concerns in several areas of Tort Law.
Use their knowledge to compose a formal evaluation.
Provide a reasoned argument and reach a conclusion about various points of view.
Use technical, legal-sounding words in an appropriate manner.
Be in command of their learning and operate in an adaptive and flexible manner.
Provide those who are studying law or want to study law with an overview of Tort Law's most significant principles and concepts.
To provide students with a mechanism to consider Tort Law in the context of examinations.
Provide a comprehensive study resource for the development of legal writing examination abilities.
Help others improve their writing and critical thinking.
Help individuals become better at addressing difficulties in Tort Law.
Provide accessible Tort Law study notes.
Chapter 1 - Introduction to Tort
Chapter 2 - Duty of Care
Chapter 3 - Restricted duties, Omissions
Chapter 4 - Psychiatric Harm
Chapter 5 - Pure Economic Loss
Chapter 6 – Breach
Chapter 7 – Causation
Chapter 8 – Remoteness
Chapter 9 – Defences
Chapter 10 - Vicarious Liability
Chapter 11 - Occupiers Liability
Chapter 12 - Nuisance, Rylands v Fletcher
Chapter 13 - Product Liability
Chapter 14 – Defamation
Chapter 15 - Trespass to a Person
Chapter 16 - Remedies