Quick Reference Card: Torts, 3rd Edition
A concise summary of key principles of tort law, on an A4 durable laminated card.
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Quick Reference Card: Torts clearly summarises the key principles, legislation and case law relating to tort law in Australia. This Quick Reference Card: Torts, 3rd edition makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent quick-reference tool for students and practitioners. This card covers:
- What is a tort?
- Wrongful Death
- Breach of Statutory Duty
- Intentional Torts
- Concurrent Liability
- Survival of Actions
- Tortious Damages
- Concise summary of the most important principles
- Overview of important legislation and cases
- Bold headings and colour coded boxes structure the subject
- Quick and easy ‒ information at one’s fingertips
- Durable ‒ printed on laminated card
- Ideal as checklist
- Perfect for use in exams
Holmes, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Torts, 8ed, 2016
Paine, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Torts, 4th ed, 2015
Stickley, Australian Torts Law, 4th ed, 2016
Luntz et al, Torts: Cases and Commentary, 8th ed, 2017
Foster, Torts Cases and Commentary Supplement: Defamation and Wrongful Interference with Goods, 2014
Foster, Tort Law at a Glance, 2015
Balkin & Davis, Law of Torts, 5th ed, 2013
Clarke, Devereux, Werren & O’Reilly, Torts: A Practical Learning Approach, 3rd ed, 2013
Davies & Malkin, Focus: Torts, 8th ed, 2018