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    Principles of Tort Law 2ed

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    ISBN: 9781108727648
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    AuthorMulheron, Rachael
    Pub Date22/10/2020
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    This book does what it 'says on the tin' - stating the corpus of tort law as a body of principles. Undertaken for the first time in English tort law, this book describes the law of tort concisely, accessibly, and accurately, and with both depth and detail.

    Presenting the law of tort as a body of principles, this authoritative textbook gives an incisive understanding of the subject. Each tort is carefully structured and examined within a consistent analytical framework that guides students through its preconditions, elements, defences and remedies. Clear summaries and comparisons accompany the detailed exposition, and further support is provided by diagrams and tables which clarify complex aspects of the law. Critical discussion of legal judgments encourages students to develop strong analytical and case-reading skills, whilst key reform proposals and leading cases from other jurisdictions illustrate different potential solutions to conundrums in tort law. A rich companion website, featuring semesterly updates alongside ten additional chapters on more advanced topics, completes the learning package. This new edition has been updated to take account of important cases, legislative developments and law reform studies since July 2015.

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