Markesinis and Deakin’s Tort Law, now in its 8th edition, provides a general overview of the law and discussion of the academic debates on all major topics, highlighting the relationship between the common law, legislation, and judicial policy. In addition, the book provides a variety of comparative and economic perspectives on the law of tort and its likely development, always placing the subject in its socio-economic context, thereby giving students a deep understanding of tort law. The book is composed of eight parts. Part I starts by setting the scene, Part II looks at the tort of negligence. Part III turns to special forms of negligence. This is followed by Part IV which examines interference with the person. Part V turns to intentional interferences with economic interests. The next part looks at stricter forms of liability. Part VII examines the protection of human dignity which includes looking at defamation and injurious falsehood, and human privacy. The last part looks at defences and remedies.
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- Part I Setting the Scene
- Part II The Tort of Negligence
- Part III Special Forms of Negligence
- Part IV Interference with the Person
- Part V Land, Chattels, and Intentional Interference with Economic Interests
- Part VI Stricter Forms of Liability
- Part VII Protection of Human Dignity (in Private Law)
- Part VIII Defences and Remedies