Torts S50025 HD Exam Notes and Checklist

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  • UniversityUniversity of Melbourne
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseTorts
  • Course CodeS50025
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  • Authorgtrees
  • Created2015
  • Pages37
  • Approved24 October 2017

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About these notes

These are my immaculately prepared Melbourne University Law Notes that helped me score a great mark for this subject. I created these notes in order to maximise studying efficiency for the exam. This is a clear and well structured set of notes which helped me score at 87 mark in Torts Law.

These notes are a concise, exam focused material designed o anticipate the sorts of exam questions thereby ensuring that the student only focuses on knowing what is required to do well on the exam.

The Torts checklist included in these notes also covers the following areas:

  • I             Preliminary Matters
  • A            Who is the plaintiff? What is the harm? Is there VL?
  • B            Introduction
  • II           Duty
  • A            Established categories
  • C            New duty relationships
  • D           Particular defendants
  • E            Pure mental harm
  • F            Pure economic harm
  • G           Scope of the duty and omissions
  • III          Breach
  • IV          Causation and Remoteness
  • A            Factual causation
  • B            Scope of liability/legal causation
  • C            (Contingent) – Consequential mental harm
  • D           Remoteness
  • V            Defences
  • A            Contributory Negligence
  • B            Assumption of Risk and Obvious Risk
  • VI          Apportionment, Liability and Damages
  • A            Vicarious liability
  • B            Apportionment amongst defendants
  • C            Damages

About the author: This Author was awarded the Geoff Hone Scholarship and has a weighted average mark of over 82% across their entire course

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