This is one in a series of books providing readers with an overview
of the more frequently encountered legal principles. This book
focuses on the common law tort principles which apply in the
territory. As a basic version, this publication provides a general
introduction. This book's organizational structure reflects this
intention. The text is kept short and easy to read with Chinese
translations provided of most legal terms. An extensive endnote
section provides readers who seek more details with comprehensive
and in-depth explanations. A detailed Table of Contents serves as a
convenient outline while the exhaustive Index seeks to make the
book more user-friendly and convenient to use.
This work is oriented for an audience which would include, for
example: general students required to study legal subjects;
foreign-based non-law professionals needing an overview of the
relevant subject; local professionals whose work involves
interaction with legal matters; and, the general public.
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