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Tort law

Tort law

McBride, Nicholas J., author; Bagshaw, Roderick, author

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Sixth edition.
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Published Harlow, England: Pearson, 2018

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Statement of responsibility: Nicholas J. McBride
ISBN: 1292207841, 9781292207834, 9781292207841
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note: Description based on print version record.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (949 pages)
Subject: Torts England.
Local note: Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI: ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.


  1. The basics
  2. Trespass to the person
  3. Claims in negligence
  4. Duty of care / introduction
  5. Duty of care / acts
  6. Duty of care / omissions
  7. Breach of duty
  8. Causation
  9. Actionability
  10. Occupiers' liability
  11. Product liability
  12. Trespass to land
  13. Private nuisance
  14. Strict liability for dangerous things
  15. Torts to personal property
  16. Defamation
  17. Invasion of privacy, harassment and abuse
  18. Breach of statutory duty
  19. Public nuisance
  20. The economic torts
  21. Abuse of power or position
  22. Defences
  23. Compensatory damages
  24. Aggravated and exemplary damages
  25. Disgorgement and licence fee damages
  26. Nominal and vindicatory damages
  27. Injunctions
  28. Wrongful death claims
  29. Other third party claims
  30. Accessory liability
  31. Vicarious liability
  32. Loss compensation schemes.