A to Z of NZ Law - Tort - Westlaw NZ

A to Z of NZ Law - Tort - Westlaw NZ

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Date: 10/10/2013

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Tort provides a detailed treatment of the law of torts in New Zealand, assessing the principles of torts in the light of their objectives and likely consequences and giving close attention to the policies underlying the law. Tort also considers a number of significant recent developments, including new decisions and major developments in various aspects of negligence, the economic torts, breach of confidence and the protection of privacy, defamation, Bill of Rights litigation and the award of damages.

Tort includes: trespass to the person; negligence; breach of statutory duty; trespass to land; nuisance; interference with goods, business relations or intellectual property; deliberate falsehoods; defamation; invasion of privacy; abuse of legal procedure; abuse of public office; causation and remoteness of damage; defences; vicarious liability; parties; multiple tortfeasors and contribution; remedies; and discharge of liability.

Tort is drawn from The Law of Torts in New Zealand by Stephen Todd, Bill Atkin, Ursula Cheer, John Burrows QC and Cynthia Hawes and includes Further Resources such as links to other commentary works.

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