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OUP's Law Questions and Answers series gives students the opportunity to practice their exam techniques and evaluate and assess their progress. This new edition of Q&A Law of Torts has been fully revised to offer comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of all essential aspects of the law. This ideal revision aid is divided into chapters covering each major topic, and contains around fifty questions and full answers designed to test even the best prepared student. The book opens with a dedicated chapter on study skills, explaining how to answer both essay and problem type questions in the examination, as well as how to tackle coursework. Each chapter contains an introduction focusing on important legal aspects and summarizing points of interest. After each question there is a commentary which highlights the essential elements and indicates exactly what the examiners are looking for. Every commentary is followed by a bullet pointed answer plan illuminating key points to provide students with instant confidence.
Online Resource Centre
Q&A Law of Torts is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre providing annotated web links and a glossary of terms from the Dictionary of Law.
|Table of Cases|
|Table of Statutes|
|Introduction (on study and examination skills)|
|The role of the law of torts|
|Trespass to the person|
|Negligence I: duty of care|
|Negligence II: breach of duty|
|Negligence III: causation and remoteness of damage|
|Liability for animals|
|Torts relating to land|
|Liability for statements not made negligently|
|Interference with chattels and business interests|
|Remedies and limitations of actions|
|Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.|
Series: Blackstone's Law Q & A S.
Number Of Pages: 278
Published: 1st March 2007
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.418