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Author Peel, Edwin, author.

Title Winfield and Jolowicz on tort.

Published London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2014.

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Edition Nineteenth edition / Edwin Peel and James Goudkamp.
Physical description clvii, 852 pages ; 24 cm
Notes Previous edition: 2010.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 1.Nature and Functions of the Law of Tort -- A.Aims of the Law of Tort -- B.Definition of Tortious Liability -- C.Tort and Contract -- D.Concurrent Liability in Tort and Contract -- E.Tort and Unjust Enrichment -- F.Tort and Equitable Wrongs -- G.Tort and Bailment -- H.Tort and Crime -- L.A Law of Obligations? -- 2.Foundation of Tortious Liability -- 3.Tort and Other Sources of Compensation -- A.Damage to Property: Tort and Insurance -- B.Personal Injuries and Death -- C.Private Insurance, Occupational Pensions, etc. -- D.Social Security -- i.Non-industrial Injuries -- ii.Industrial Injuries -- E.Recovery of Social Security Payments -- 4.Paying for the Tort System -- 5.Criticisms of the Tort System in the Context of Personal Injuries -- A.The "Fault Principle" -- B.Tort and Deterrence -- C.Tort and Responsibility -- D.Expense and Inefficiency -- 6.Alternatives -- A.Strict Liability -- B.Compensation Schemes --
Contents note continued: C.First-Party Insurance -- 7.Tort and the Compensation Culture -- 2.The Structure Of Tort Law -- 1.Historical Influences -- 2.New Influences on English Tort Law -- A.The European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act -- B.A European Tort Law? -- 3.Structure of the Book -- 4.Torts Not Treated im this Book -- 3.Foundational Concepts In Tort Law -- 1.Intention -- 2.Negligence -- 3.Strict Liability -- 4.Motive and Malice -- 4.Trespass To The Person And Related Matters -- 1.Introduction -- 2.General Principles of Trespass to the Person -- 3.Battery -- 4.Assault -- 5.False Imprisonment -- 6.Acts Intended to Cause Physical Harm Other than Trespass to the Person -- 7.Protection from Harassment Act 1997 -- 8.Harassment under the Equality Act 2010 -- 5.Negligence: Duty Of Care -- 1.The Tort of Negligence -- 2.Duty of Care: General Principles -- A.Introduction -- B.Law Prior to Anns V Merton -- C.Law as Stated in Anns V Merton -- D.Present Law --
Contents note continued: E.The Stages of the Caparo Test -- i.Foreseeability -- ii.Proximity -- iii.Fair, Just and Reasonable -- F.Criticism of the Duty of Care Concept -- 3.Duty of Care: Specific Problems -- A.Omissions -- i.Cases Where There is Not a True Omission -- ii.Relationships -- iii.Dangerous Situation Created by Defendant -- B.Assumption of Responsibility -- C.Pure Economic Loss -- i.Pure Economic Loss Resulting from Damage to Property Belonging to a Third Party or from Injury to a Third Party -- ii.Defects of Quality in Goods or Property Supplied -- D.Negligence and Public Authorities -- i.Introduction -- ii.Justiciability -- iii.Duty of Care -- E.Lawyers and Negligence -- i.Third Parties -- ii.Litigation -- F.Psychiatric Injury -- i.A Recognised Psychiatric Illness -- ii.Claimant Physically Threatened by the Negligence---a Primary Victim -- iii.Claimant a Witness of Danger to Others---a Secondary Victim -- iv.Participants other than Mere Bystanders --
Contents note continued: v.Claimant Shocked by Defendant's Exposure of Himself to Danger -- vi.Other Situations -- 6.Negligence: Breach Of Duty -- 1.Introduction -- 2.The Qualities of the Reasonable Person -- 3.How Much Care would the Reasonable Person have Taken? -- 4.Proving that the Defendant Fell Below the Standard of the Reasonable Person -- 7.Negligence: Causation And Remoteness (Scope Of Liability) -- 1.Terminology and Classification -- 2.Causation en Fact -- A.Multiple Causation -- B.Proof, Uncertainty and Causation -- i.What Happened? -- ii.What Would Have Happened? -- iii.Loss of a Chance -- 3.Remoteness of Damage (Scope of Liability) -- A.The Wagon Mound Test -- B.Application of Foreseeability -- C.Claimant's Lack of Means -- D.Further Principles -- i.Intended Consequences and Intentional Wrongdoers -- ii.Intervening Acts or Events -- iii.Scope of Duty -- 8.Breach Of Statutory Duty And Misfeasance In A Public Office -- 1.Breach of Statutory Duty --
Contents note continued: A.Nature of the Action -- B.Existence of Liability -- C.European Legislation -- D.Elements of the Tort -- 2.Misfeasance in a Public Office -- 9.Employers' Liability -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Statute Law -- 3.Common Law -- A.The Employer's Duty -- B.Standard of Care -- C.Nature of the Duty -- 10.Liability For Land And Structures -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Liability of Occupiers to Visitors -- A.Scope of the Occupiers' Liability Act 1957 -- B.Occupier -- C.Visitors -- D.Common Duty of Care -- E.Personal Responsibility: Tomlinson's Case -- F.Contributory Negligence -- G.Volenti non fit injuria -- H.Exclusion of Liability -- I.Effect of Contract on Occupier's Liability to Third Parties -- J.Damage to Property -- 3.Liability to Trespassers and other Non-Visitors -- 4.Liability of Vendors and Lessors -- A.Vendor -- i.Claims in Contract -- ii.Liability in Tort -- iii.Statute -- B.Lessor -- 11.Liability For Defective Products -- 1.Liability at Common Law --
Contents note continued: A.Persons Liable -- B.Extension of Subject Matter -- C.Burden of Proof -- D.Possibility of Alternative Cause -- E.Intermediate Examination -- F.Nature of the Loss -- 2.Liability under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 -- A.Who is Liable? -- B.Products -- C.Damage -- D.Defect -- i.Non-standard Products -- ii.Standard Products -- iii.Warnings and Instructions -- E.The Development Risks Defence -- F.Other Defences -- G.Contributory Negligence -- H.Exclusion of Liability -- I.Limitation -- 3.Conclusion -- 12.Liability For Statements -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Deceit -- A.A False Statement of Fact -- B.The Fraudulent State of Mind -- C.The Protected Claimant -- D.Reliance -- E.Damage -- F.Excluding Liability -- 3.Liability for Negligent Misstatement -- A.A Special Relationship -- B.Professional Advisers -- C.Voluntariness -- D.Public Officers and Bodies -- E.Hedley Byrne and Contract Relations -- F.Agents -- G.Failure to Speak -- H.Advice Informally Given --
Contents note continued: I.The Protected Claimant -- J.Physical Damage -- K.Immunities -- L.Excluding Liability -- M.Reliance and Contributory Negligence -- N.Injury to Persons Not Relying on the Statement -- O.Lord Tenterden's Act -- 13.Defamation, Privacy And Related Matters -- 1.Defamation -- A.Elements of the Action -- i.A Defamatory Statement -- ii.Reference to the Claimant -- iii.Publication -- iv.Damage -- v.Standing to Sue -- vi.Not Elements -- B.Defences -- i.Truth -- ii.Absolute Privilege -- iii.Qualified Privilege at Common Law -- iv.Qualified Privilege under Statute -- v.Publication on a Matter of Public Interest -- vi.Innocent Dissemination -- vii.Secondary Publishers -- viii.Website Operators -- ix.Honest Opinion -- x.Apology and Payment into Court -- xi.Offer of Amends -- xii.Consent -- xiii.Apology is Not a Defence -- C.Procedure in Defamation -- D.Remedies -- i.Damages -- ii.Injunctive Relief -- iii.Publication of Summary of the Court's Judgment --
Contents note continued: iv.Removal of Statements -- v.Remedies that are Not Available -- vi.Is the Focus on Damages Satisfactory? -- 2.Malicious Falsehood -- A.The Making of a False Statement to some Person other than the Claimant -- B.Malice -- C.Damage -- D.Varieties of the Tort -- E.Defences -- 3.Privacy -- A.The Indirect Impact of Other Torts -- B.The Human Rights Act 1998 and the Data Protection Act 1998 -- C.Misuse of Private Information -- 14.Trespass To Land -- 1.Trespass Defined -- 2.Possession -- 3.Interference -- A.Trespass on Highway -- B.Trespass to Subsoil -- C.Interference with Airspace -- D.Continuing Trespass -- 4.Defences -- A.Licence -- B.Justification by Law -- 5.Remedies -- A.Re-entry -- B.Action for the Recovery of Land -- C.Damages -- 15.Nuisance -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Public and Private Nuisance -- A.Public Nuisance -- B.Private Nuisance -- C.Nuisance to Servitudes -- 3.Reasonableness -- A.The Type of Harm and the Character of the Locality --
Contents note continued: B.Utility of the Defendant's Conduct -- C.Abnormal Sensitivity -- D.Limits to Protection -- E.Temporary Injury -- F.Malice -- 4.standard of liability in private nuisance -- 5.Who can Sue? -- A.Private Nuisance -- B.Public Nuisance -- 6.Who can be Sued? -- A.Creator of the Nuisance -- B.Occupier -- i.Nuisance Created by Persons Lawfully on Premises -- ii.Nuisance Created by a Trespasser or Resulting from an Act of Nature -- iii.Nuisance Created by Predecessor in Title -- C.Landlord -- 7.Damage -- 8.Defences and Non-defences -- A.Non-defences -- B.Defences -- i.Conduct Permitted by Statute -- ii.Other Defences -- 9.Remedy -- 10.Highways -- A.Actionable Obstructions -- B.Access To and From Highway -- C.Damage on the Highway from Premises Adjoining the Highway -- D.Condition of the Highway -- 16.The Rule In Rylands V Fletcher -- 1.The Rule in Rylands V Fletcher -- A.Genesis and Nature of the Principle -- B.Summary Requirements -- C.Dangerous Things --
Contents note continued: D.Escape -- E.Land -- F.Personal Injury -- G.Non-natural User -- H.Defences -- i.Consent of the Claimant -- ii.Common Benefit -- iii.Act of Stranger -- iv.Statutory Authority -- v.Act of God -- vi.Default of the Claimant -- I.Remoteness of Damage -- 2.Fire -- A.Common Law -- B.Statute -- 17.Animals -- 1.Ordinary Liability in Tort -- 2.Liability for Dangerous Animals -- A.Animals Belonging to a Dangerous Species -- B.Other Animals -- C.Defences -- 3.Liability for Straying Livestock -- A.Defences -- B.Detention and Sale of Straying Livestock -- 4.Remoteness of Damage and Strict Liability under the Act -- 5.Protection of Livestock against Dogs -- 18.Interference With Goods -- 1.History -- 2.Trespass to Goods -- 3.Conversion -- A.What may be Converted -- B.What Constitutes Conversion at Common Law -- i.Taking Possession -- ii.Abusing Possession -- iii.Demand and Refusal -- iv.Residual Forms of Conversion --
Contents note continued: C.Conversion under the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 -- D.Conversion and Co-owners -- E.Title of Claimant -- F.Jus Tertii -- G.Finding -- 4.Strict Liability and Conversion -- 5.Remedies for Interference with Goods -- A.Retaking of Goods -- B.Judicial Remedies -- C.Causation and Loss -- D.Defendant Detaining Goods -- E.Improvement of Goods -- F.Effect of Judgment -- 19.Interference With Contract Or Business -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Inducing or Procuring a Breach of Contract -- A.A Breach of Contract -- B.Knowledge and Intention of the Defendant -- C.The Inducement -- D.Defence of Justification -- E.Inducing Breaches of Other Obligations -- 3.Intentionally Causing Loss by Unlawful Means -- A.Unlawful Means -- B.Intention -- C.Trade or Business -- D."Two party" Cases -- 4.Conspiracy -- A.Conspiracy to Injure or Crofter Conspiracy -- i.Purpose -- ii.Combination -- iii.Damage -- B."Unlawful Means" Conspiracy -- i.Intention -- ii.Unlawful means --
Contents note continued: C.Place of Conspiracy in the Law -- 5.Trade Disputes -- A.Liability of Trade Unions -- B.Protection from Liability in Trade Disputes -- i.Trade Disputes -- ii.Inducing Breach of Contract and Causing Loss by Unlawful Means -- iii.Conspiracy -- C.Unprotected Acts -- D.Picketing -- E.Injunctions and Restraining Actions by Individuals -- 6.Passing Off -- A.Varieties of Passing Off -- B.Goodwill -- C.The Limits of Passing Off -- D.Remedies -- 20.Abuse Of Legal Procedure -- 1.Malicious Prosecution -- A.Prosecution -- B.Favourable Termination of the Prosecution -- C.Lack of Reasonable and Probable Cause -- D.Malice -- 2.Malicious Process -- 3.Malicious Civil Proceedings -- 4.Abuse of Process -- 21.Vicarious Liability -- 1.The Nature and Basis of Vicarious Liability -- 2.The Relationship between the Defendant and the Tortfeasor -- A.In General -- B.Particular Examples -- C.Lending a Servant --
Contents note continued: 3.The Connection between the Relationship and the Conduct of the Tortfeasor -- A.In General -- B.Carelessness of Servant -- C.Mistake of Servant -- D.Wilful Wrong of Servant -- E.Theft by Servant -- F.Fraud of Servant -- 4.Employers' Indemnity -- 5.Employer And Independent Contractor -- A.General Rule -- B.Non-delegable Duty -- C.Categories of Non-delegable Duties -- D.Collateral or Casual Negligence of Independent Contractor -- 22.Joint And Several Tortfeasors -- 1.Multiple Tortfeasors, Causation and Proof -- 2.Distinction between Joint and Several Tortfeasors -- 3.Contribution between Tortfeasors -- A.Civil Liability (Contribution) Act 1978 -- B.Limitation and Contribution -- C.Settlements -- 23.Remedies -- 1.Damages -- A.Damages Recoverable Once Only -- B.Damages are Awarded as a Lump Sum -- C.Kinds of Damages -- i.Contemptuous Damages -- ii.Nominal Damages -- iii.Compensatory Damages -- iv.Exemplary Damages -- v.Aggravated Damages --
Contents note continued: vi.Gain-based Damages -- vii.Vindicatory Damages? -- D.Contributory Negligence -- i.The Test for Contributory Negligence -- ii.Apportionment of Damages -- E.Mitigation of Damage -- F.Damages in Personal Injury Actions -- i.Heads of Damage -- ii.Deductions for Benefits Received -- iii.Pre-Judgement Interest on Damages -- iv.Provisional Damages -- v.Periodical Payments -- vi.Structured Settlements -- G.Damages for Destruction of or Damage to Property -- i.Destruction of Chattels -- ii.Damage to Chattels -- iii.Land and Fixtures -- iv.The Date of Assessment -- v.Benefits Received as a Result of the Tort -- 2.Other Remedies -- A.Injunctive Relief -- i.General Principles -- ii.Interim injunctions -- iii.Mandatory injunction -- iv.Quia Timet Injunction -- v.Damages in Lieu of Injunction -- B.Specific Restitution of Property -- 24.Death In Relation To Tort -- 1.Death as Extinguishing Liability -- A.Survival of Causes of Action -- B."Subsisting" Action --
Contents note continued: C.Damages Recoverable -- D.Limitation -- 2.Death as Creating Liability -- A.Position at Common Law -- B.Fatal Accidents Act 1976 -- i.Damages that can be Recovered -- ii.Assessment of Damages -- iii.Contributory Negligence -- 3.Relationship of the Two Acts -- 25.Capacity -- 1.The State and its Subordinates -- 2.Judicial Acts -- 3.Minors -- A.Capacity to Sue -- B.Liability to be Sued -- C.Tort and Contract -- D.Liability of Parent -- 4.Spouses -- 5.Corporations -- A.Capacity to Sue in Tort -- B.Liability to be Sued -- C.Liability of Directors -- 6.Partners -- 7.Clubs -- 8.Persons of Unsound Mind -- 9.Persons having Parental or. Quasi-Parental Authority -- 26.Defences -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Denials -- A.Consent -- B.Exclusion of Liability by Contract or Notice -- C.Voluntary Assumption of Risk -- D.Mistake -- E.Inevitable Accident -- 3.Justifications -- A.Private Justifications -- i.Self-Defence -- ii.Defence of One's Property -- iii.Abatement --
Contents note continued: B.Public Justifications -- i.Public Necessity -- ii.Defence of Another Person -- iii.Arrest -- iv.Prevention of Crime -- v.Lawful Confinement in Prison -- vi.Stop and Search by Police Officer -- vii.Statutory Authority -- 4.Public Policy Defences -- A.Public Policy Defences that Arise at the Time of the Tort -- i.The Defence of Illegality at Common Law -- ii.The Defence of Illegality under s.329 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 -- iii.Immunities -- B.Public Policy Defences that Arise After the Tort -- i.Waiver -- ii.Accord and Satisfaction -- iii.Release -- iv.Prior Criminal Proceedings -- v.Abuse of Process -- vi.Judgment -- vii.Assignment of Right of Action in Tort -- viii.Insolvency -- ix.Limitation -- 5.Excuses -- 6.Denials of Responsibility.
Summary The authors focus on English law but cover significant developments in Commonwealth countries, and, where appropriate, European systems of tort law. They offer an understanding of the purpose of tort law and also detail the rules and principles that make up tort law and explain how the law has developed.
Other author Peel, Edwin.
Goudkamp, James, 1980-
Winfield, Percy Henry, Sir, 1878-1953.
Jolowicz, J. A. (John Anthony)
Winfield, Percy Henry, Sir, 1878-1953. Winfield and Jolowicz on tort.
Subject Torts -- Great Britain.
Torts -- Wales.
Torts -- England.
Law materials.
Variant Title Winfield & Jolowicz tort.
ISBN 9780414025653
Standard Number 99959957558

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