- Book Title: The Law of Torts. Third edition
- Author: Harry Street
- ISBN: MW02197
- Publisher: Butterworth's
- Year Published: 1963
- Our Normal Price: £55.00 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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- Description: Butterworths 1963: blue hardcover with gilt lettering to spine: approximately 6 x 10" tall: 535 pages including index. Contents: – Table of Contents ( Preface. Table of cases. Table of statutes. Cable of abbreviations.) Part One: Introduction. (Chapter 1: General Observations) . Part Two: Intentional Invasions of Interests in Person and Property. ( Chapter 2: Some General Considerations Appertaining to Trespass. Chapter 3: Intentional Torts to the Person. Chapter 4: Chattels. Chapter 5 : Land. Chapter 6: Defences to Intentional Torts to the Person and Property.) Part Three: Negligent Invasions of Interests in Person and Property ( Chapter 7: Duty and Breach. Chapter 8 Causation; Remoteness of Damage. Chapter 9: Defences to Negligence. Chapter 10: Examples of the Duty to Take Care). Part Four: Invasions of Interests in Person and Property Where Intentional or Negligent Conduct Need Not Always Be Proved. ( Chapter11: Nuisance. Chapter 12: Rylands v Fletcher. Chapter 13: Animals. Chapter 14: Violation of Interests Protected by Statute, or The Action for Breach of Statutory Duty). Part Five: Interests in Reputation – Defamation. ( Chapter 15: The Distinction between Libel and Slander. Chapter 16: Elements of Libel and Slander. Chapter 17: Defences. Part Seven: Trading, Business and Other Economic Interests. Chapter 18: Interference with Contractual Relations and Conspiracy. Chapter 19: Innominate Torts of Interference with Business Interests. Chapter 20: Injurious Falsehood. Chapter 21: Passing off and Other Unlawful Trade Practices. Chapter 22: Deceit). Part Seven: Residual Interests Receiving Protection in the Law of Torts. ( Chapter 23: Interference with Family Relations. Chapter 24: Misuse of Legal Procedure . Chapter 25: Other Torts.) Part Eight: Remedies and Parties. ( Chapter 26: Death. Chapter 27: Servants and Independent Contractors: the Circumstances in Which an Employee May Be Liable Where Harm Is Caused by an Act or Omission of Someone Doing Work for Him . Chapter 28: Remedies. Chapter 29: Extinction of Remedies. Chapter 30: Parties.) Condition: no dust jacket: ownership inscription: slight discolouration to upper page edging and endpapers: hard cover and contents very clean and good
- Condition: See Above
- Dustcover: No
- Binding: Hardback
- Type: Used Books
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