Strict liability for the wrongdoing of another in tort
This thesis adopts a novel approach to resolving the present difficulties experienced by the courts in determining whether to impose strict liability for the wrongdoing of another in tort. It looks beyond the traditional classifications of 'vicarious liability' and 'liability for breach of a non-delegable duty of care' and for the first time seeks to explain all instances of strict liability for the wrongdoing of another in tort in terms of the various relationships in which the courts impose...[Show more]
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