Translation of tort in Spanish:


agravio, n.

Pronunciation /tɔrt//tɔːt/


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    agravio masculine
    liability in tort responsabilidad extracontractual feminine
    • The last part offers Christian perspectives on such subjects in the legal curriculum as contracts, criminal law, and torts.
    • I rely on, effectively, torts - the tort of conspiracy to defraud or deceit and so on.
    • All three cases concern liability for torts committed by a company of which the defendant is a director.
    • The law of torts, or civil wrongs, is extensive and its boundaries are indistinct.
    • That section provides both for jurisdiction and for a federal cause of action arising by recognition of certain international common law torts.
    • And there may be other torts and criminal offences that are done by taking control of people.
    • Although it is not impossible to apply foreseeability as a test of remoteness in torts of strict liability there is no good reason why words should be read into the statute to produce this result.
    • The company is liable for its contracts and torts; the shareholder has no such liability.
    • The torts of trespass to goods, conversion, and negligence, may all be relevant here.
    • It was contended on behalf of the defendant that that failure amounted also the torts of nuisance and trespass.
    • On the face of it, the practice of contingency fees could very well be tortious, contrary to the torts of champerty and maintenance.
    • This is not a tort of breach of privacy, this is a tort of an unauthorised publication perhaps.
    • It includes breaches of regulatory statutes, breaches of contract, and torts and other breaches of duty.
    • The tort of misfeasance in public office is currently in the public eye.
    • There is a parallel with accessory liability in the economic torts, such as knowing participation in a fraud or inducing breach of contract.
    • The tort of misfeasance in its modern form may take one of two forms.
    • The Tribunal administers the tort of negligence, the torts connected with breach of statutory duty.
    • The gist of the tort of misfeasance in public office is the deliberate abuse of power.
    • Public nuisance and libel are also torts and tortious liability is more often pursued than criminal proceedings.
    • The tort is the same tort as that in respect of which the claim is made against us.