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|346.5492015 HAM 2015 Muslim family law :||346.549204363 MAT 1995 The Transfer of Property Act /||346.66901 PEM 1998 Muslim family law /||346.7103 WIS 2015 Street on torts /||346.7302 CAL 1987 The law of contracts /||346.7303 PRO 1984 Prosser and Keeton on the law of torts /||346.7307 ALB 1991 Business law /|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents Overview of tort law -- Duty of care I : foundational principles -- Duty of care II : recognized harm -- Duty of Care III: public authorities -- Breach of duty -- Causation and remoteness -- Defences to negligence -- Liability for defective premises and structures -- Trespass to the person and related torts -- Wrongful interference with goods -- Trespass to land -- Defences to intentional torts against the person or property -- Background to the protection of economic and intellectual property interests -- False representations -- The general economic torts -- Product liability -- Nuisance -- The rule in Rylands v Fletcher -- Breach of statutory duty -- Defamation : foundational principles -- Defences and remedies in defamation -- Misuse of private information -- Misuse of process and public powers -- Vicarious liability -- Capacity and parties -- Remedies : basic principles -- Principles of compensation for personal injuries and associated losses.
Street on Torts provides a scholarly and incisive treatment of the law of torts with a focus upon key concepts and clear explanations. This book builds upon the learning of its previous, celebrated authors and, nearly 60 years after publication of the first edition, is considered a classic exposition of the law of torts.