Question 1 Having established duty, breach and damage, is the defendant liable for all the damages suffered? Discuss. In common law jurisdictions, the incorrect is a civil wrong that wrongfully induces somebody else to incur injury or damage, resulting in legal responsibility for the person who performs the wrongful act. While offences can be false, the cause of civil action is not inherently an offense, since the damage can be caused by incompetence. Legal injuries are not due to individual injuries and can include mental, financial or financial injuries, as well as violations of personal, property or civil rights (Jones, 2019). Torts cover such diverse subjects as car collisions, false conviction, defamation, patent liability, trademark violation, and environmental contamination. Although many of the wrongdoings are the product of incompetence, the wrongdoing statute often acknowledges deliberate misdeeds in which a person has intentionally behaved in the manner of the misconduct. In addition, when it comes to personal injury, the judiciary has developed a theory of “vicarious liability” for tort law resulting from injuries incurred by the use of a company's product and/or service. Within “civil law,” the affected party would not have to show that the corporation was liable in order to win a lawsuit for negligence. Tort law varies from tort justice in two ways: wrongdoing can result from unintentional as well as deliberate or illegal acts, and wrongdoing requires a lower presumption of evidence, like "high proportion of facts" rather than "beyond possible suspicion." Often the appellant can prevail in a wrongdoing lawsuit, even though the individual who probably caused the damage was convicted of a later criminal trial. Question 2 Issue- The issue is related to making no payment by father to son. In other words, as per the case study this can be stated that Thomas was said to taking care of garden and will be paid $200 as
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