Torts and Rights by Robert StevensTorts and Rights by Robert Stevens

Torts and Rights

byRobert Stevens

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The law of torts is concerned with the secondary obligations generated by the infringement of primary rights. This work seeks to show that this apparently simple proposition enables us to understand the law of torts as found in the common law. Using primarily English materials, but drawing heavily upon the law of other common law jurisdictions, Stevens seeks to give an account of the law of torts which relies upon the core material familiar to most students and practitioners with a grasp of the law of torts. This material is drawntogether in support of a single argument in a provocative and accessible style, and puts forward a new theoretical model for analysing the law of torts, providing an overarching framework for radically reconceiving the subject.

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Professor Robert Stevens joined the faculty of Laws at UCL in July 2007. Previously he had been a lecturer in law at the University of Oxford and a Fellow and Tutor in Law at Lady Margaret Hall where he had taught from 1994. He has also lectured at the Universities of Nijmegen and Leiden and for the Judicial Studies Board. He is a com...
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Title:Torts and RightsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:300 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:March 14, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199563845

ISBN - 13:9780199563845

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. Rights3. Loss4. Remedies5. Fault6. Causation7. Remoteness8. Privity9. Concurrence10. State11. Attribution12. Accessories13. Classification14. Policy15. Justice16. Conclusion

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`Review from previous edition 'A valuable contribution to the subject.''Lord Hoffmann, from the Foreword