Tort law is concerned with negligent or intentional interference with a person’s physical or emotional well-being, reputation, property interests, or economic interests. (In some cases “strict liability” may be imposed even in the absence of a showing of negligence or intent.) Tort law is also concerned with interference with a company’s (or other entity’s) reputation, property, or economic interests. If A suffers a loss as a result of B’s negligent or intentional interference, A can sue B in tort and recover money “damages” to compensate for the loss (unless B can show that he or she has a valid defence). In some cases A may be able to seek a court order prohibiting B from continuing harmful activity (for example, noxious fumes emanating from B’s property).
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