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Department
Law and Business
Course
LAW 122
Professor
Howard Simkevitz
Semester
Winter

Description
Midterm 1 Index (Chapters 1 - 5) CLAW 122 Chapter 1 - Risk Management and Sources of Law Why Study Law? 2 Risk Management 2 Risk management 2 identification 3 evaluation 3 response 3 risk avoidance 4 risk reduction 4 risk shifting 4 risk acceptance 4 insurance 5 exclusion and limitation clauses 5 incorporation 5 An Introduction to the Legal System 6 The Nature of Law 6 Law 7 A Map of the Law 7 Civil law 7 Jurisdiction 7 Common law 7 Public Law 8 Public Law 8 Constitutional law 8 Administrative law 8 Criminal law 9 Private Law 10 Private law 10 Tort 11 Law of contracts 11 Law of property 11 Overlap 11 Sources of Law 12 The Constitution 12 Constitution 12 The Division of Powers 12 federal 12 provincial and territorial 13 Division of powers 13 Residual power 13 Doctrine of federal paramountcy 14 Charter of Rights and Freedoms 14 fundamental freedoms 15 mobility rights 15 equality rights 15 Property rights 16 Economic rights 16 government action 16 corporations 17 reasonable limits 17 notwithstanding clause 17 Charter Remedies 18 declaration 18 injunction 18 striking down 18 severance, reading down, and reading in 18 damages 18 Parliamentary supremacy 18 Legislation 19 Legislation 19 The Legeslative Process 20 Subordinate Legislation and Municipalities 20 Subordinate Legislation 20 Municipalities 21 By-law 21 The Courts 21 Common Law 21 systems 21 sources 21 courts 21 Law and Equity 22 Equity 22 the nature of equity 22 one set of courts 23 Chapter 2 - Litigation and Alternate Dispute Reslution Litigation 29 The Litigation Process 29 Who Can Sue and Be Sued? 29 Class Actions 30 Class action 30 common issues 31 representative plaintiff 31 notification 31 preferable procedure 31 certification 32 Certification 32 Legal Representation 32 Self-Representation 32 Lawyers 33 Professional liability insurance 33 Assurance funds 33 Paralegals 33 Paralegal 33 Pleadings 34 Pleadings 34 Plaintiff 34 Defendant 34 Limitation period 34 Statement of claim 35 Statement of defense 35 Counterclaim 35 Reply 36 Demand for particulars 36 Pre-Trail Activity 36 Examination for discovery 36 Settlement 36 Pre-trail conference 36 Mediation 36 The Trail 36 Evidence 37 Hearsay evidence 37 The Remedy 37 Enforcement 37 Judgement debtor 37 Appeals 38 Appeal court 38 Appellant 38 Respondent 38 Costs 39 Costs 40 Contigency Fees 40 Contigency fee agreement 40 The Court System 42 The Supreme Court of Canada 42 Court of Appeal 42 Superior Court 43 Federal Court 43 Provincial Court 43 Small Claims Court 44 Small claims court 44 geographical limits 45 types of claims 45 types of remedies 45 monetary limits 45 Court Hierarchy 45 Hierarchy 45 Doctrine of precedent 47 Rule of law 48 Administrative Tribunals 49 Administrative tribunal 49 reasonableness 49 correctness 50 Privative clause 50 Alternative Dispute Resolution 50 Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) 51 Negotiation 52 Negotiation 52 Mediation 53 Mediation 53 Arbitration 53 Arbitration 53 Chapter 3 - Introduction to Torts Introduction to Tort Law 60 Tort 60 Torts and Crimes 60 Tortfeasor 61 Torts and Contracts 61 structure 61 source of primary obligations 62 privity 62 compensation 62 risk management 62 Types of Torts 62 intentional torts 63 negligence torts 63 strict liability torts 63 Strict Liability 63 General Purpose of Tort Law 66 Liability Insurance 66 Liability insurance 66 Duty to defend 66 Compensatory function 66 Detterence function 67 Vicarious Liability 67 Vicarious liability 67 Independent contractor 68 Remedies 69 Compensatory Damages 70 Remoteness 70 Remote 70 Mitigation 71 Mitigation 71 Punitive Damages 71 Punitive damages 71 Nominal Damages 72 Nominal damages 72 Injunctions 72 Injunction 72 Alternative Compensation Schemes 73 Alternative compensation scheme 73 Chapter 4 - Intentional Torts Intentional torts 79 Assult and Battery 79 Assult 79 Battery 80 Invasion of Privacy 81 False Imprisonment 83 False imprisonment 83 Malicious prosecution 84 Trespass to Land 86 Trespass to land 86 Interference with Chattles 89 Chattles 89 Trespass to chattles 90 Conversion 90 Detinue 91 Defences to Intentional Torts 92 Complete Defences 92 Complete defence 92 Consent 92 Consent 92 Legal Authority 93 Legal authority 93 Self-Defence 93 Self-defence 93 Necessity 94 Necessity 94 Partial Defences 94 Partial defence 94 Provocation 95 Provocation 95 Contributory Negligence 95 Contributory negligence 95 Chapter 5 - Miscellaneous Torts Affecting Business Conspiracy 101 Conspiracy 101 Intimidation 102 Intimidation 103 two-party Intimidation 103 three-party Intimidation 103 Interference with Contractual Relations 104 Interference with contractual relations 104 Direct inducement to breach of contract 104 Indirect inducement to breach of contract 105 Unlawful Interference with Economic Relations 106 Unlawful interference with economic relations 106 Deceit 107 Deceit 107 Occupiers' Liability 109 Occupiers' liability 109 Occupier 109 Visitor 109 Premises 109 Common Law Rule 109 Statutory Rules 111 Nuisance 112 Nuisance 112 Defences to Nuisances 114 Statutory authority 114 Remedies for Nuisances 114 The Rule in Rylands v Fletcher 115 Rule in Rylands v Fletcher 115 Defemation 116 Defemation 116 Slander 117 Libel 117 Publication 118 Defences to Defemation 118 Justification 118 Privilege 118 Public interest responsible journalism 119 Fair comment 119 Remedies for Defemation 120 Injurious Falsehood 120 Injurious falsehood 120 slander of title 121 slander of quality 121 other situations 121 false statement 121 malice 121 loss 121 Midterm 2 Index (Chapters 6 - 9) CLAW 122 Chapter 6 - Negligence Tort of negligence 129 Duty of Care 130 Duty of care 130 Test For Determining the Existence of Duty of Care 130 Reasonable Foreseeability 132 Proximity 133 social relationship 133 commercial relationship 133 direct casual connection 133 relied 133 represented 133 Duty of Care of Professional Statements 133 negligent statements 133 careless statements 133 careless actions 133 Policy 135 Duty of Care and Policy: Regulation and Professions 136 Breach of the Standard of Care
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