Commonwealth Caribbean Tort Law
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Commonwealth Caribbean Tort Law is well established as the leading text on tort law in the Caribbean jurisdictions, now updated in its sixth edition.
This new edition sees the addition of co-author Dr Natalie Corthésy. It introduces a brand-new chapter on the nature of personality rights, with a strong focus on passing off and suggested solutions to redress the issues. All chapters have been updated to reflect ever-changing developments in jurisprudence, legislation and legal thinking, including revisions of the special contribution on the Misuse of Private Information by Dr Vanessa Kodilinye.
Commonwealth Caribbean Tort Law is ideally suited for LLB courses in Caribbean universities and law students studying modules on Caribbean Law, as well as students undertaking the CAPE Law examinations. Legal practitioners, business executives and industrialists working on the legal aspects of these areas will also find this book useful
Table of Contents
1.Introduction 2.Tresspass to the Person 3.Malicious Prosecution 4.Negligence 5.Occupiers’ Liability 6. Employers’ Liability 7. Nuisance 8. The Rule In Rylands V Fletcher 9. Liability For Animals 10. Defamation 11.Passing Off 12.Personality Rights 13.Vicarious Liability 14.General Defences 15.Damages for Personal Injuries and Death 16.Medical Negligence in the Commonwealth Caribbean (Roy Anderson)17.The Developing Tort of Misuse of Private Information (Vanessa Kodilinye)
Gilbert Kodilinye is Professor of Property Law at the University of the West Indies. He is the author of nine books and numerous scholarly articles. He is a Barrister (England and Wales) and an Attorney-at-Law (St Lucia).
Natalie Corthésy PhD, (CCLS, Queen Mary University of London); LLM (UCL, University of London); LEC (Norman Manley Law School Jamaica); LLB (UWI, Cave Hill, Barbados); attorney-at-law (Jamaica) (non-practising); Associate Dean of Outreach and Continuing Legal Education, Faculty of Law, UWI, Mona, Jamaica.