A Brief Note On An Intentional Torts?

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2. Explain the concept of “Foreseeability”. Foreseeability is primarily a question of the extent to which something is predictable or will occur. The emphasis here is on the extent to which something can be known beforehand. Foreseeability is a reasonable anticipation of the possible results of an action if one is negligent or breached a contract. Foreseeability thus involves making sure one guards against that which happenstance is under probability. The foreseeability test basically asks whether the person causing the injury should have reasonably foreseen the general consequences that would result because of his or her conduct.
5. Fully describe (2) Intentional Torts An intentional tort is a tort that is done on purpose or deliberately. It is an unjustified act that causes trauma or harm to someone else. For a tort to be intentional, the person perpetrating the tort must know to a certain degree that it would result in harm. Below are two Intentional Torts:
False Imprisonment: This involves deliberately confining another person from moving freely in an unlawful way. It can also be described as the restraining in an unlawful way of someone against his/her will with the intent of committing a harm. This harm can either be physical or psychological injury or even damage to property. One can only seek for a remedy from the court of law when there is no legal reason for the imprisonment.
Defamation: This is when someone says something false about someone else, to another

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