Canadian Tort Law - Cases, Notes & Materials, 15th Edition
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- Select extracts of caselaw and articles - present leading examples of judicial opinion, academic thought and competing theories about the value and impact of the law of torts
- Open-ended review questions - provide students with the opportunity to explore and discuss remedies provided to injured parties
- Up-to-date jurisprudence - ensures that students are exposed to the latest trends
- New cases and case notes including:
- Saadati v. Moorhead, 2017 SCC 28
- Ernst v. Alberta Energy Regulator, 2017 SCC 1
- Deloitte & Touche v. Livent Inc. (Receiver of), 2017 SCC 63
- A. I. Enterprises Ltd. v. Bram Enterprises,  1 S.C.R. 177
- New section on new nominate tort of harassment
- New section and relevant cases on ancillary powers of the police; causation and tort of unlawful means
- Updated Insurance Bureau of Canada mandatory amount charts for each province/territory
- Tort law students, particularly first-year students
- Tort law professors
- Tort law practitioners
- Law libraries
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction: The Nature and Functions of Tort Law
Chapter 2: Direct and Intentional Interferences with Persons and Property
Chapter 3: Defences to Direct and Intentional Interferences with Persons and Property
Chapter 4: Negligence: Introduction and Standard of Care
Chapter 5: Proof of Causation
Chapter 6: Duty
Chapter 7: Remoteness: The Scope of Liability
Chapter 8: Defences to the Negligence Action
Chapter 9: Economic Loss
Chapter 10: Tort Liability of Public Authorities
Chapter 11: Strict Liability
Chapter 12: Nuisance
Chapter 13: Occupiers' Liability
Chapter 14: Business Torts
Chapter 15: Defamation
Chapter 16: Damages
Chapter 17: Future Challenges for Tort Law