One of a series, which is intended to give students the chance to evaluate and assess their progress in the study of the law of torts, thios book shows students how to tackle the sort of problems found in examination papers. The authors have selected a range of hypothetical problems and essay-style questions from across the whole range of the law of torts. Considerable emphasis is given to the tort of negligence and its off-shoots, but there are also chapters on defamation , economic torts, trespass, nuisance and the rule in Rylands v Fletcher. Recent developments such as tne House of Lords decision in Cambridge Water Co v Eastern Counties Leather, Murphy v Brentwood District Council and Caparo plc v Dickman are all dealt with in a number of questions. David Oughton also wrote "Common Law of Obligations" and "Consumer Law: text, cases and materials.

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