While driving, Charles rear-ended Francine’s car at a stop sign.
A. Charles can be charged by the police with an offence under the road traffic laws.
B. Francine can sue Charles in tort for the damage done to her car.
C. Francine can sue Charles successfully in tort only if he is convicted of a road traffic offence.
D. A and B
E. A or B, but not both.
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