OCCUPIERS' LIABILITY (SCOTLAND) ACT 1960
(1) The provisions of the next following section of this Act shall have effect, in place of
the rules of the common law, for the purpose of determining the care which a person
occupying or having control
LIABILITY IN NUISANCE FOR ACTIONS OF OTHERS
Stewart v Malik 2009 SLT 205 (Independent contractor)
But contrast Hussain v Lancaster City Council  QB 1
(racial harassment suffered by neighbour at the hands of landowners
tenants) not actionable nuisanc
Confidentiality restraining others from divulging truthful information
Each and every person who receives confidential information who knows
or should have known it was confidential is under obligation not to reveal this
(1) Informational pri
Getting compensation when someone causes you unjustifiable harm and
can get you an interdict to stop someone from causing you harm.
There is no pre-existing agreement or relationship. No contract.
Tort (Delict) law is about messes. A
B PARTICULAR SITUATIONS IN WHICH THE
EXISTENCE OF DUTY IS PROBLEMATIC
A PURE ECONOMIC LOSS
Find a factor beyond the mere occurrence of the loss and the
fact that its occurrence could be foreseen.
A loss which has not been stemmed from property damage or
Defamation restraining others from telling lies
Or cannot prove to be true.
Pursuer must prove that:
The defender made the imputation in question;
The imputation referred to, or was capable of being understood as
referring to, the pursuer; and