Restatement of the Law. Torts 2d. American Law Institute, 1965-1979. 4 Volumes. Sections 1-End, in 4 books. Bound hardcover. Ex-private law firm library with light shelf wear, else very good. $150. * This work, widely relied upon and often cited by the courts, offers comprehensive and concise coverage of the law of torts, with scholarly and analytical discussion of particular rules. Volume 1 includes intentional invasions of interests in personality; privilege arising from consent to intended invasions of interests of personality; defenses of person, land, and chattels-recaption; arrest and prevention of crime; military orders, discipline, and protection of others; invasions of the interest in the exclusive possession of land and its physical condition (trespass on land); privileged entries on land; intentional invasions of interests in the present and future possession of chattels; privileges intentionally to invade interests in present and future possession of chattels; and causal relation necessary to liability for intentional invasions of interests of personality, land, and chattels. Volume 2, Negligence, covers general principles; liability for condition and use of land; liability of persons supplying chattels for the use of others; liability of an employer of an independent contractor; the causal relation necessary to responsibility for negligence; contributory negligence; assumption of risk; negligent invasions of interests in the physical condition of land and chattels; and reckless disregard of safety. Volume 3 covers strict liability; misrepresentation; defamation; injurious falsehood; privacy; unjustifiable litigation; and interference in domestic relations. Volume 4 covers interference with advantageous economic relations; invasions of interests in land other than by trespass; miscellaneous rules; defenses applicable to all tort claims; and remedies.
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