（Unlocking the law / Jaqueline Martin & Chris Turner, series editors）
Hodder Arnold, 2007
- : pbk
Previous ed.: London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2004
Includes bibliographical references and index
Unlocking the Law is the groundbreaking series of textbooks with a unique approach to the study of law. Designed specifically to make the subject matter accessible, the text includes features, activities, key facts charts, diagrams, and clear headings and sub-headings to aid students in understanding the different areas within their course. Unlocking the Law textbooks have been written specifically to ensure that readers understand fully the concepts required and are able to apply them with confidence. All titles in the series follow the same format and include the same features so students can move easily from one subject to another. The series covers all the core subjects required by the Bar Council and the Law Society for entry onto professional qualifications. Unlocking the Law remains the most original and accessible textbook series available.
1 The origins and character of tortious liability 2 Trespass to the person 3 Negligence: duty of care 4 Negligence: breach of duty 5 Negligence: causation 6 Negligence: defences 7 Negligence and novel duty situations 8 Torts concerning land: occupiers' liability and premises 9 Trespass to land 10 Nuisance 11 Strict liability and the land - Rylands v Fletcher 12 Liability for animals 13 Torts relating to goods 14 Defamation 15 The economic torts 16 Breach of a statutory duty 17 Employers' liability 18 Vicarious liability 19 General defences 20 Remedies and limitations Index
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