TORTS - Torts 1 Definition A civil wrong A tort me also be...

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1. Definition - A civil wrong. A tort me also be a crime 2. Intentional tort – a. Wrongs Against a Person i. Assault – An intentional act that creates in another an imminent reasonable apprehension of fear or harm. ii. Battery – Wrongful contact without consent iii. False Imprisonment – Intentional confinement or restraint without justification iv. Infliction of Mental Distress – Intentional act that amounts to extreme and outrageous conduct resulting in severe emotional distress. v. Invasion of Right of Privacy – Intentional invasion of a person’s right to be left alone. vi. Defamation – False statement communicated to others about another person that has an adverse effect on his/her reputation in community. vii.Disparagement of Goods – False statement made about another’s business product? viii. Fraud – Misrepresentation of material fact made with intent to deceive and knowledge of the falsity justifiably relied upon by the victim that results in damages. b.
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