The New Law of Torts Case Book

Cover Art for 9780195525076, The New Law of Torts Case Book by Danuta Mendelson
ISBN: 9780195525076
Publisher: OUP Australia & New Zealand
Published: 1 October, 2014
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

The New Law of Torts Case Book is also available as an ebook.The New Law of Torts Case Book is a collection of edited cases, designed as a companion to The New Law of Torts textbook. It provides students with access to a carefully selected range of case extracts of seminal judgements that have created and shaped the modern law of torts, provides examples of judicial reasoning and illustrates approaches to doctrines that govern the interpretation and construction of statutes. Cases extracted in this volume allow the readers to form their own opinions and perspectives on themes and issues presented in the textbook. New to this editionExpanded collection of case extracts that mirror the table of contents of principles text.Recent key cases that have been added include: Wallace v Cam [2013] HCA19 - relates to remoteness of damage and causation and proof of breach Strong v Woolworths [2012] HCA 5; 246 CLR 182 - relates to Breach of Duty of Care and Causation and Proof of Breach Levy v Watt and Anor [2014] VSCA 60 - relates to Torts of Intentional Interference with Goods and Personal Property and Defences to Intentional Torts The New Law of Torts Pack includes both The New Law of Torts 3rd edition and The New Law of Torts Case Book 3rd edition.

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