The "law of torts" is a body of civil law or private law that covers the various legal ( money damages ) and equitable remedies which the law provides forcivil wrongs arising from extra-contractual liability, i.e., other than those wrongs which arise from a breach of contractual obligations .
Abuse of process , Defamation , Good faith , Legal immunity , Loss of consortium , Interference with contractual relations , Malicious prosecution , Malpractice , Negligence , Negligence per se , Passing off , Product liability , Proximate cause , Remedies , Res ipsa loquitur , Slander andlibel , Trespass
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