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Torts Individual & the Law Chapters 17 - 21
Chapter 17 Vocabulary 30 words Tort Plaintiff Judgment Defendant Damages Liable Remedy Liability Settlement Common law Intentional wrong Negligence Strict liability Civil law Minor Immune Waive Class action Contingency fee Liability insurance Contract Premiums Malpractice Medical coverage Collision coverage Deductible Comprehensive coverage Uninsured motorist coverage No-fault insurance Exclusive remedy
Chapter 18 Vocabulary 35 words Intellectual property Trespass Nuisance Injunction Attractive nuisance Conversion Patent Copyright Infringement Novel Monopoly Public domain Derivative works First sale Fair use Intentionally Compensatory damages Nominal damages Punitive damages Legal defense Battery Assault Infliction of mental distress False imprisonment Defamation Slander Libel Malice Real property Personal property Consent Privilege Legal authority Self-defense Defense of property
Vocabulary Chapters 19, 20, & 21 17 words Negligence Duty Breach of Duty Causation Damages Breached Cause in Fact Proximate Cause Foreseeable Contributory Negligence Comparative Negligence Counterclaim Assumption of the Risk Waiver Strict Liability Product Liability Tort Reform
Intentional Torts Chapter 19. Intentional Torts To qualify as an intentional tort, the act must occur. Two Types –Those causing injury to persons –Those.
Chapter 18 & 19 Intentional Torts and Negligence.
Civil Law Unit 3 Torts Terms Tort: Plaintiff: Defendant: Remedy: Damages:
CHAPTER 5 Civil Law and Procedure. Crimes v. Torts Public wrong against society Private wrong against an individual.
Copyright © 2008 by West Legal Studies in Business A Division of Thomson Learning Chapter 9 Torts Twomey Jennings Anderson’s Business Law and the Legal.
Equity Law No juries Injunction: a court ruling preventing some action from occurring Declaratory judgment Modification of contract Seventh Amendment:
Types of Torts Trespass Assault Battery Negligence Products liability Malpractice Intentional infliction of emotional distress Defamation Invasion of.
© 2004 West Legal Studies in Business, a Division of Thomson Learning 10.1 Chapter 10 Torts: Negligence, Strict Liability, and Intentional Torts.
10-1 Chapter 10— Torts in the Business Environment REED SHEDD PAGNATTARO MOREHEAD F I F T E E N T H E D I T I O N McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2010 by.
TORTS A tort is committed when……… (1) a duty owing by one person to another, is… (2) breached and (3) proximately causes (4) injury or damage to the owner.
Prentice Hall © PowerPoint Slides to accompany The Legal Environment of Business and Online Commerce 5E, by Henry R. Cheeseman Chapter 6 Torts.
Instructions To use this template: –for each slide write the correct answer on the orange bar first –choose which option (A,B,C or D) and make sure you.
Chapter 7 Civil Law. Torts – the American Way Major developments –Civil rights –Title Nine Tort = a private wrong committed against another's person/property.
© 2005 West Legal Studies in Business, a division of Thompson Learning. All Rights Reserved.1 PowerPoint Slides to Accompany The Legal, Ethical, and International.
Law I Chapter 18.
Torts and Products Liability. What is a tort? A tort is a civil wrong resulting in injury to person or property. Torts vary according to intent –Intentional.
Chapter 5 Negligence and Intentional Torts
Chapter 18 Intentional Torts. Intentionally With Purpose, done deliberately for a specific reason.
Intentional Torts. What are Intentional Torts? Actions that you take deliberately to cause harm Two types – those causing injury to people and those causing.
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