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Nutcases Tort
Nutcases Tort
6th Edition
Series:  Nutcases
Practice Area:  Academic Law, Tort
ISBN:  9780414044852
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  24 Feb 2011
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Nutcases Tort - an essential revision aid:
  • Provides in-depth case analysis of the facts, principles and decision of the most important cases in employment law
  • Incorporates colour to help distinguish cases and legislation and aid ease of use
  • Presents the text in bite-size chunks and includes bullets where appropriate to aid navigation, assimilation and retention of information
  • Break the subject down into key topics which enables students to easily identify and concentrate on particular topics
  • Opens each chapter with a short introduction to outline the key concepts covered and condense complex and important information
  • Highlights court of Appeal and House of lords cases to enable time-pushed students to easily identify the relative significance of the cases examined
  • Includes boxed "think points" at the end of each chapter providing further case analysis and encouraging critical thinking
  • Fully indexed by individual cases and topics
CONTENTS
  • Trespass to person
  • Vicarious liability
  • Negligence: duty of care
  • Special duty situations
  • Negligence: breach of duty
  • Negligence: damage
  • Defences to negligence
  • Employers’ liability at common law
  • Product liability
  • Defamation
  • Occupier’s liability
  • Nuisance
  • The rule in Rylands v Fletcher
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