6 definitions found for this term.
Definitions are presented in the order source books were published (most recent first).
The Law of Torts, 6/e$70.00 – $112.00
A civil wrong remedied primarily by an award of damages.
Employment and Labour Law Toolbox, 2/e
What Ontario Employers Need to Know$35.00 – $56.00
A civil wrong, as contrasted with a criminal wrong, for which the wrongdoer is said to owe a legal duty to the injured party for conduct that falls below acceptable standards and for which the injured party can prove loss resulting from the wrongdoer’s conduct.
An act or omission giving rise to civil liability. The most important tort is negligence. If a person can prove that the act or omission of another meets the legal standard for negligence, that person will be entitled to compensation from the other person for losses suffered as a result. Torts are not created by statute but are part of the common law.
Non-contractual civil wrongs recognized at common law.
Mental Health Courts
Decriminalizing the Mentally Ill$54.00 – $86.40
A civil wrong caused by an act or an omission, a violation for which an injured party may sue.
Trauma, Trials, and Transformation
Guiding sexual assault victims through the legal system and beyond$29.95 – $47.92
A civil action arising from a wrongful act or omission, in which a plaintiff may sue a defendant for damages.