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The title tort states the law in relation to intentional interference with persons, goods, land, economic interests and the administration of justice as well as the law in relation to derivative rights of action.
Also search Halsbury's Laws of Australia and Laws of Australia for definitions of individual torts. These can inlude: deceit, passing off, unfair dealing, misleading or deceptive conduct, defamation. product liability.
Legislation, Commentary & Cases. Sections include:Torts and Personal Injury Law, Discrimination, Competition, Consumer and Contract Law, Privacy. Titles include: Australian Torts Cases (Australian Torts Reports), Legislation, Commentary -- Australian Torts Comparative Verdicts Finder -- New South Wales Motor Accidents Practitioners Handbook -- Australian Health and Medical Law Reporter, Legislation and Commentary -- Australian Medical Liability Leading Cases Archive -- Australian Tort, Personal Injury, Health & Medical law Tracker.
This webpage outlines the purpose of the Major Torts List of the Supreme Court of Victoria and provides links to practice notes that provide guidance on how proceedings in the Major Torts List are managed.
The function of this Bench Book is to provide guidance for judicial officers in the conduct of civil proceedings. It includes sections on Intentional torts, defamation, personal injuries and damages amongst the chapters.
The Civil Juries Charge Book is available to help judges and practitioners with the conduct of civil trials before a jury. The Book contains model directions on: Different forms of negligence, including medical negligence, occupiers' liability and more; Intentional torts; Defamation; Assessment of damages; Use and assessment of evidence.
A website and blog developed by Justin Castelan a barrister and defamation law specialist. The website includes a “Hall of Fame” of 10 notable defamation cases, a “Defamation Basics” page outlining defamation law in Australia and a blog of recent articles.
The Intellectual Property title states the law in relation to the protection of intellectual property rights including circuit layouts, confidential information, copyright, designs, passing off, patents, plant breeder’s rights and trade marks.