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BTM 110

What is Tort? A wrongful act that does not arise from a breach of contract, and is a civil act as opposed to a criminal act.
Under Tort law, what must society do? Through Tort law, society must compensate those who have suffered injuries as a result of the wrongful conduct of others.
What are the two types of Tort? A. Intentional tort and Unintentional tort.
What does intentional tort involves? A. Battery B. Assault
Under intentional tort, what is the difference between battery and assault? A. Battery: an assault that results in physical conduct or harm B. Assault: an intentional act that causes another person to be apprehensive to immediate harm.
Under, unintentional tort, what are the four elements? 1. Duty of 'Reasonable' Care 2. Breach of Duty of Reasonable Care 3. Causation 4. Injury
In determining what constitutes reasonable care in the case of professionals, what do we take into account? their training and expertise
What does the Strict liability say? Regardless of the degree of care (even If you were perfect or more than reasonable), you are always liable if you engage in dangerous activity.
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