Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Hulle v. Orynge case brief summary

Hulle v. Orynge case brief summary
(The Case of Thorns)

Topic: Strict Liability
Case Facts—This case is basically a 1466 scrap of legal reasoning that outlines the contemporary view of tort law in England.

Issue— In what situations does the plaintiff have a just argument for seeking damages?

Holding—A man must make sure that his actions do not result in injury of damage upon others. Even when not breaking the law, damage to another’s self or property is justification for a case.

Analysis— Intent is not the issue, but facts of damage.

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