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Elements of Torts Intentional Torts - Person 1. Assault a. Intentional Act b. Apprehension c. Immediate Battery 2. Battery a. Intentional Act b. Harmful or Offensive Touching c. Of Another 3. False Imprisonment a. Intentional b. Confinement c. Of Another d. Without Consent 4. Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress a. Intentional b. Outrageous Conduct – Either words or action c. Extreme Emotional Distress 5. Defamation a. Libel i. Written Publication ii. 3 rd Party iii. False Statement iv. Injury v. Another’s Reputation or Character b. Slander i. Oral Publication ii. 3 rd Party iii. False Statement iv. Injury v. Another’s Reputation or Character 6. Invasion of Privacy a. Infringement b. Another’s c. Seclusion 7. Misrepresentation a. Knowingly b. Misrepresenting Fact c. Intent to Mislead d. Another e. Actual Reliance f. Justifiable Reliance Intentional Tort - Business
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Appropriation a. Intentional Use b. By One Person c. Of Another’s d. Name or Likeness e. For Commercial Purposes f. Without Consent 2. Wrongful Interference a. Contractual Relationship i. Defendant’s Interference ii. Existing Contract iii. Intent to Cause Breach iv. Resulting in Breach b. Business Relationship i. Defendant’s Intentional Interference ii. Existing Business Relationship iii. Economic Loss Intentional Tort – Property 1. Trespass to Land (Real Property) a. Intrusion b. Real Property 2. Trespass to Chattel (Personal Property) a. Intrusion b. Personal Property c. Temporary Deprivation 3. Conversion a. Intrusion b. Personal Property c. Severe Deprivation...
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  • Spring '11
  • Dr.Bjorke
  • Business, Tort Law, emotional distress, intentional act, iii. False Statement

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