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Alabama Tort Law
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Invasion of Privacy
Gregory S. Cusimano;; Michael L. Roberts
Alabama Tort Law (Matthew Bender) is the only truly comprehensive resource on tort law in Alabama. With expert discussion of proof requisites and defenses, it covers all the elements of each tort actionable under Alabama law. It provides the information necessary to determine if there is a case and what is needed to prove or defend it. Alabama Tort Law not only provides up-to-date coverage of relevant case law and analysis, it also includes comprehensive appendices with practical material, including checklists and sample complaints for frequently encountered topics.
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RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
For information on defamation and slander, see Chapter 24, Defamation, and Chapter 25, Slander of Title.
For more information on damages, see Chapter 40, Compensatory Damages; Chapter 41, Compensatory Damages for Injured Property Interests; and Chapter 42, Punitive Damages.
For a discussion of the sufficiency of evidence, see Chapter 44, Evidentiary Issues in Torts.
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