The Third Edition of North Carolina Law of Torts covers every aspect of North Carolina tort law. Part I covers intentional torts and defenses; Part II is devoted to negligence and defenses; Part III discusses strict liability and defenses; and Part IV covers a variety of other torts overlapping these categories. qScope Notesq at the start of each chapter describe the subjects covered and refer to related issues in other chapters for easy cross-referencing. A Table of Cases and Table of Statutes help save you time and focus your research, while the index eases your search for specific areas of tort law.North Carolina R.R., 155 N.C. 136, 145, 71 S.E. 81, 84 (1911) (sustaining trial court in submitting issue of decedenta#39;s contributory ... in an action by blind plaintiff who fell down embankment in an area where he knew the street was underrepair ). 69 Clarkv. Bodycombe, 289N.C. 246, 221 S.E.2d 506 (1976) (driver with limited peripheral vision whostruck plaintiff pedestrian could be found negligent in light ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||North Carolina Law of Torts|
|Author||:||Charles E. Daye, Mark W. Morris|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2014-10-15|