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Study Guides for LAW203 at Macquarie University

Torts

LAW203 Final: TORTS-EXAM-NOTES-

TORTS EXAMINATION NOTES BREACH S 5B : 5B General principles (1)Aperson is not negligent in failing to take precautions against a risk of harm unless: (a) the risk...

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LAW203 Study Guide - Final Guide: Peter Goldblatt, Sex Shop, Bulk Carrier

DAMAGES Compensatory damages place the plaintiff in the position as if no tort had been committed Indemnity principle an award of damages should not enrich the plaintiff nor should the plaintiff be under compensated...

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LAW203 Final: Torts Law Exam-Notes

Torts B Exam Notes Helen Driscoll Assessment of Damages NOMINAL DAMAGES Awarded as a token acknowledgement of the plaintiff being wrong. There is no actual damage to the plaintiff, as the actions are actionable per se. (La...

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LAW203 Study Guide - Final Guide: Edith Cowan University, Average Weekly Earnings, The Employer

LAWS 1061: Torts Final Exa m otes Table of Contents Breach of D...

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LAW203 Study Guide - Final Guide: Protected Group, Ian Callinan, Roads & Traffic Authority

Vicarious Liability all torts Vicarious liability is legal responsibility imposed on an employer, even though he himself is free from blame, for a tort committed by his employee in the course of his employment (Lister v...

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LAW203 Study Guide - Final Guide: Independent Contractor, Lord Advocate, Objective Test

TORTS ANSWER GUIDE General Cases DAMAGE Personal injury Pure economic loss Property damage DUTY OF CARE Established categories of case o Doc...

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LAW203 Study Guide - Final Guide: Imperial Brands, Kempsey Shire, Exxon

AVAILABLE REMEDIES AND CLASSIFICATION OF DAMAGES Myer Stores Ltd v Soo [1991] (Plaintiff escorted through a store to room for qs. HELD: [2] PT must be INTENTIONAL (VOLUNTARY) INTENTION TO DO A...

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LAW203 Study Guide - Final Guide: Occupational Safety And Health, European Commission, Endometriosis

DUTY OF CARE - STOLEN GENERATIONS 1. Plaintiff a. STATE: P was a primary victim/suffered from pure psychiatric harm (not consequential to physical harm) that was recognised (saw d...

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LAW203 Study Guide - Final Guide: Weardale, Spinal Disc Herniation, Coles Group

LAWS1012: Torts 2. Historical Background Onus of Proof As a general rule, in trespass the onus is on the defendant ...

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LAW203 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: South Australia Police, Robert Bropho, Churchwarden

s52: how self-defence operates in civil precludes only if- 1) response to an unlawful act 2) believed conduct was necessary 3) responded reasonably in circumstances s53: limitations placed on potential damages awards even ...

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