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Premium LAWS301 Law of Torts Notes - Sample PDF

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These are the notes I used to revise for the 100% full year exam for torts. This includes diagrams, essay plans, and procedures for answering exam questions, as well as general case and statutory references.

Note that you do not need to study up on every question, so I focussed on ACC, Economic Torts, Intentional Torts and Negligence/Duty of Care only (i.e. these notes do not include nuisance or defamation).

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LAWS301 Law of Torts Notes

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  • Institution: Univerity Of Otago (unaffiliated)
  • Country: New Zealand
  • Level: Undergraduate

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