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1LIntentional Torts

QuestionAnswer
Assault Intention to cause offensive conduct or to put someone in apprehension of offensive contact, and plaintiff is placed in reasonable apprehension
Battery Intent to cause offensive contact or cause apprehension of offensive contact AND offensive physical contact results
IIED Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress: Intentionally or recklessly acting with extreme or outrageous conduct which results in plaintiffs severe emotional distress manifested with physical symptoms
Fraud Defendant made a false representation of fact, knowing the statement was false, intended plaintiff to rely on the false representation, induced plaintiffs reliance, plaintiffs reliance was justified and plaintiff was injured (economically or physically)
False Imprisonment Intent to confine a person, fixed boundaries, COMPLETE and person is conscious of confinement OR is harmed by it
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