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Intentional Tortz

Elements of Battery 1. Intent 2. Harmful or Offensive Contact 3. Causation 4. Damages
Elements of Assault 1. Intent 2. Apprehension 3. Causation 4. Damages (actual damages not required)
Elements of False Imprisonment 1. Intent 2. Confinement 3. Causation 4. Damages
Elements of Trespass to Land 1. Intent 2. Intrusion 3. Possession by Plaintiff 4. Causation 5. Damages
Elements of Trespass to Chattels 1. Intent 2. Act (Intermeddling/Dispossessing) 3. Possessory Interest by Plaintiff 4. Damages
Elements of Conversion 1. Intent 2. Dominion and Control over Chattel 3. Serious Interference 4. Possession by P or Immediate Right to Possession 5. Damages
Elements of Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress 1. Act Amounting to Extreme and Outrageous Conduct 2. Intent 3. Extreme and Outrageous Conduct 4. Causation 5. Damages
Intentional Tort Privileges 1. Self-Defense 2. Defense of Others 3. Necessity 4. Consent
Created by: moistryka