Moor V Liverpool Catholic Club Ltd

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1.0 Introduction This analysis has taken place in regards to the civil case of Moor v Liverpool Catholic Club Ltd [2014]. This case involves Moor the plaintiff accusing Liverpool Catholic Club Ltd the defendant of breaching their duty of care and simply failing to exercise the standard of care required by law. This case involves a civil wrongdoing. A civil wrong doing is generally a breach of a person 's rights. This generally associates with tort. This case involves a specific component of tort, negligence which exercises the legal right for a plaintiff to seek compensation for the damages caused by another party who were seen as legally liable. The case analysed within this report sees a Mr Christopher Moor sue Liverpool Catholic Club…show more content…
2.1 Purpose of Tort The distinctive body of law which is now referred to as tort arouse in the 1580’s with the first usage of the word ‘tort’ in a legal context. The general creation of ‘tort’ in a court of law was made to allow a party that has suffered harm due to the inactions or actions caused by an opposing party to impeach legal liability to the opposing party or to allow the accused party the right to defend their liability of such harms. The primary purpose of tort law Is to redress imbalances which has led to harm caused by another party this allows aggrieved parties to have the right and freedom to seek compensation for such damages as a court of law sees fit. Tort has a large distinction from other areas of law as crimes are punishable by the state, whereas as for a tort has specific consequences and allows the injured person or party the right to action. Tort’s largest outlying factor which differentiate from other areas of the law is the fact that for other areas of the law the case will classify the pursuant to their seriousness and in regards to tort this would not be the case due to the case will be decided in regards to a party’s legal liability and that the injured party receives right and just compensation for their losses. 2.2 The Tort of Negligence Tort of negligence Is a major aspect of tort law and holds a large bearing in many civil cases. Negligence is simply a breach of duty or a
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