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Principles of the law of tort in Malaysia

Azlan Ahmad

Principles of the law of tort in Malaysia

by Azlan Ahmad

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Published by Lexis Law Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liability (Law),
  • Malaysia,
  • Torts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9169071M
    ISBN 109679621324
    ISBN 109789679621327

    1. Introduction to Law 2. The Malaysian Legal System 3. The Law of Contract 4. Agency 5. Sole Proprietorship and Partnership 6. Company Law 7. Sale of Goods 8. Law of Hire-Purchase 9. Law of Tort Negotiable Instruments Consumer Protection General Principles of Insurance Labour Law. The Tort of Defamation: Concepts and Cases on Libel and Slander in Malaysia and Singapore Print The Tort of Defamation is an authoritative specialist text covering various defamation situations occurring in context of the Malaysian and Singapore's landscape.

      Students then study the tort of negligence; its development, the elements of the tort and the various contexts in which it arises, the types of harms that are compensable, defences, the assessment of damages; concurrent liability and contribution by multiple wrongdoers, the particular problems raised by negligently caused mental harm and pure.   Common law and rules of equity in Malaysian Legal System in relation to law of contract and tort. Published on July 8, July 8, • 12 Likes • 0 Comments.

    Page 1 AN OVERVIEW OF THE LAW OF TORT CHAPTER 1 The aim of this chapter is to consider the definition, objectives and scope of the law of tort, and to take an overview of the subject. Tort law has developed over many centuries and has its origins in an agricultural society and largely rural economy of the middle ages in Size: 92KB. "This book simplifies a very specialised area of law and considers the latest cases in the area of defamation in Singapore and Malaysia, including defamation cases on the internet. For the first time, here is a legal textbook that provides a step by step guide on the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of procedure and pleadings for a defamation action in Author: Doris Chia.


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Get this from a library. Principles of the law of tort in Malaysia. [Azlan Ahmad, Wan.; Mohsin Hingun.]. Its main focus is to contribute to the further Principles of the law of tort in Malaysia book of tort law.

The idea of a tort law system based on general principles and specific rules grows out of the continental natural-law tradition of civil law, but increasingly principle-oriented works are also found in common law. This book develops a common level of international work on.

The book places great emphasis on the law of torts as developed in Malaysia and also includes cases decided in Commonwealth countries. It goes through the nature and function of tort law, the rules and principles that govern it and the remedies available.

4 PART 1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TORT LAW The basic pattern The paradigm tort consists of an act or omission by the defendant which causes dam- age to the claimant. The damage must be caused by the fault of the defendant and must be a kind of harmrecognised as attracting legal liability.

This model can be represented:File Size: 1MB. Tort distinguished from other branches of law 2 1. Tort and crime 3 2. Tort and contract 3 3. Tort and trust 4 4. Tort and restitution 5 E. Sources of tort law in Malaysia 5 1. English common law 5 2. Local judicial decisions 7 3.

Local statutes 7 F. Functions and aims of the law of tort 7 G. Several important concepts in the law of tort 8 1. Tort law as a civil law aims to punish a tortfeasor for his or her wrongful act. Although this is the main function of criminal law, it may also play a small part in the tort law.

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This book is primarily meant for students studying the law of contract in Malaysia. It also caters to students of law, accountancy, engineering and business administration in helping them understand the basic principles of the law of contract.

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The book is written in concise and simple point-to-point manner that enables easy understanding and a quick grasp of the main key points of. This book is a valuable source of the basic legal principles of the law of torts in Malaysia and is a useful base from which to proceed to more advanced legal texts for further research.

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The law of torts, a treatise on the principles of obligations arising from civil wrongs in the common law. This note covers the following topics: The nature op tort in general, principles of liability, persons affected by torts, general exceptions, of remedies for torts, personal wrongs, defamation, wrongs or fraud and malice, wrongs to possession and property, nuisance, negligence, duties of.

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The nature and function of tort law. The scope of tort, historical development and relation to other branches of the common law, human rights principles and European law. Organising themes. Damage and fault.

The principles of duty, breach and damage components of negligence. Unlawful touching can also be pursued through the civil courts as the tort of trespass to the person. The law of tort is primarily concerned with providing a remedy, by way of compensation, to persons who have been harmed by the conduct of others.

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