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Intentional Torts Tort in which the defendant means to commit the injurious act
Assault Intentional threat to physically or offensively injure another
Battery Harmful of offensive touching
False Imprisonment Depriving a person of a freedom of movement without consent and without privilege
Defamation False statement that injures ones reputation
Invasion of privacy Unwelcome and unlawful intrusion into ones private life so as to cause outrage, mental suffering, or humiliation
Trespass to land To be on the land of another without right or permission of the owner
Conversion Using property in a manner inconsitent with the owners rights
Fraud Intentional misrepresentaion of an existing important fact
Strict liability Holding a defendant liable witout a showing of negligence
Created by: Chanse.j_