This casebook on tort is widely recognised as the leading sourcebook in the field. Designed as a one-stop shop, it offers a comprehensive selection of all the key cases, statutes and European legislation that is required for a thorough understanding of the law of torts.
The materials are linked by a perceptive and stimulating commentary that both illustrates and explains the significance of judicial decisions, while guiding the reader through the difficult statutory material. Questions at the end of the extracts help promote analysis of the materials and ensure that they are fully understood.
This edition covers such recent cases as Fairchild, Lister, Mirvahedy, Tomlinson, Transco, Rees and Wainwright. It also takes account of the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998.