Lecture notes on intentional injuries to the person.


These are lecture notes on Intentional Injuries to the Person, which has 3 forms, namely assault, battery and false imprisonment. Each of them is an individual tort in its own right, requiring proof a direct and deliberate act on the part of the defendant. They are actionable 'per se'. (The claimant does not need to have suffered any loss or damage as a result of the tort)

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