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The Doctrine of Illegality and Interference with Chattels

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The doctrine of illegality is now in vogue as an answer to liability in tort. It is also very regularly discussed by scholars. It has generated a literature that is large enough to justify the publication of a bibliography. However, the attention that has been lavished on the doctrine as it operates within tort law has largely been confined to the context of actions for negligently inflicted personal injury. The doctrine?s role in other situations within tort law has been neglected. This chap...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, Law, Law Faculty
Role:
Author
Publisher:
Hart Publishing Publisher's website
Series:
Hart Studies in Private Law: Essays on Defences
Host title:
Defences in Tort
Publication date:
2015-02-26
Pubs id:
pubs:585554
URN:
uri:8b5894af-2d0e-499a-b082-7d4c158bf66c"
UUID:
"uuid:8b5894af-2d0e-499a-b082-7d4c158bf66c"
Local pid:
info:fedora/pubs:585554
ISBN:
9781849464710

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