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Civil Law 3.3 Intentional Torts. Intentional Torts. Intentional torts : actions taken deliberately to harm another person or his or her property In intentional torts, the required intent is to do the forbidden act—there is no need for a motive or a desire to cause harm.

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intentional torts
Intentional Torts
  • Intentional torts: actions taken deliberately to harm another person or his or her property
  • In intentional torts, the required intent is to do the forbidden act—there is no need for a motive or a desire to cause harm.
intentional torts people
Intentional Torts - People
  • Assault and Battery
  • Infliction of Mental Distress: defendant engaged in an action which caused fright, extreme anxiety, or mental distress to the plaintiff
  • False Imprisonment: intentionally and wrongfully confining another person against his or her will
  • Defamation: written (libel) or spoken (slander) expression about a person that is false and damages the person’s reputation
intentional torts property
Intentional Torts - Property
  • Real property: land and the items attached to it
    • Intentional torts: trespassing, nuisance
  • Personal property: property that can be moved
    • Intentional torts: conversion
  • Intellectual property: someone’s idea or invention that is given special ownership privileges
    • Intentional torts: infringement