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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the Fourth Edition v
  • Outline Table of Contents vii
  • Contents ix
  • Table of Cases xxiii
  • Table of Cases from Other Jurisdictions lxix
  • Index lxxxiii
  • Table of Legislation from Other Jurisdictions c
  • Table of International Instruments ciii
  • Abbreviations cv
  • Introduction 1
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  • Tort and Contract 7
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  • Elements of Wrongdoing and the Role of Policy 18
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  • Economic Analysis of Tort Law 23
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  • Functions of Tort 36
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  • Fault as the Basis of Tortious Liability 41
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  • Alternative Systems of Compensation 44
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  • Some General Warnings to the Novice Tort Lawyer 56
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  • General Principles of Negligence 69
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  • Duty of Care 80
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  • Causation of Damage 174
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  • Negligence: - A Summary and Conclusion 202
  • An American Perspective 203
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  • Liability of Occupiers and Builders 309
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  • Breach of Statutory Duty 336
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  • Liability of Public and Statutory Bodies 354
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  • The Economic Torts 466
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  • Stricter Forms of Liability 493
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  • Liability for Animals 508
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  • Employer's Liability 519
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  • Vicarious Liability 532
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  • Joint and Concurrent Liability 785
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