Your torts paper doesn’t provide any of the information that this assignment required. There’s not a single reference to the Hypo fact pattern. I would encourage you to resubmit your work by the late submission deadline (Oct. 22) to receive a different score — if you do so, I will grade the resubmission a new and reduce your score by 20 points, which is the late submission policy.Law of Torts
The term “tort” refers to “any wrongdoing or infringement of a right (other than under
contract) that results in civil legal liability.” When someone does something that causes harm to
another person, it is called a tort. It is not always the case that someone means to do this kind
of harm to another person. A person commits a tort, on the other hand, when they act
negligently or fail to act responsibly. In addition, even if an actor takes every precaution to avoid
causing harm, they may still be held strictly accountable for any damages they cause in certain
The principles of tort law establish who is liable for an injury committed against another and
what damages the victim is entitled to receive.
To commit an intentional tort is to act in a way that is intended to cause harm to another person
or entity. If you strike someone on purpose during a fight, you’ve committed the tort of battery,
but if you accidently bump into someone, you haven’t done anything “deliberate” because you
didn’t mean to inflict harm (however, this act may be considered negligent if the person hit was
injured). (Fallon Jr,2019)
An intentional tort may appear to be the same as a criminal case, but there are substantial
distinctions. The term “crime” refers to any wrongdoing that causes harm to or disrupts social
order. Contrarily, intentional torts are deliberate wrongdoings that cause harm to another person
or their property.
Tort charges, on the other hand, are filed by a plaintiff demanding monetary compensation for
damages, and the defendant is obligated to pay if the plaintiff is successful and the case goes to
When someone does something wrong, it could be either a criminal crime or a civil wrong. More
money can be won in a civil lawsuit than in a criminal one for the victim.
Offenses that are specifically intended to cause harm are some examples of deliberate torts.
Harassment, Assault, Battery, False Imprisonment, Conversion Causes emotional pain on
purpose, Fraud/deceit, Indecent Exposure and Criminal Damage to Property
Strict liability Torts
Finally, there are strict liability torts. Strict liability, often known as “absolute” liability, refers to a
form of legal accountability in which the perpetrator is held liable for a damage even in the
absence of negligence or direct blame on the part of the victim. Though the case involves a tort
of strict liability, the victim can seek compensation even if the defendant took all reasonable
precautions and did not intend to cause harm. It is sufficient for the victim to show just that they
were harmed as a result of the defendant’s conduct. What’s important is that something
happened, and that something else got hurt because of it.
The law automatically sides with the wounded customer in these types of cases if they can
prove that their injuries were caused by the goods in question. It is irrelevant that the business
did n“HYPO” ASSIGNMENT
Due 11:59 p.m., Sunday, October 9, 2022
It’s been the lifelong dream of LC to open his own combination man-made wakesurf lake
and artisan grocery, and when he moves from San Antonio to the landlocked Dallas area,
he decides he’s in the perfect market and the time is right. He decides that, to set his place
apart from all the other lake-and-grocery-store businesses in the country, he’s actually
going to situate the store on a makeshift island, surrounding it with a circular lake that not
only features prime wakesurfing but also a vibrant ecosystem featuring an eclectic mix of
coral reef and marine life.
After being talked out of calling his business “Man-Made Wakesurf Lake & Artisan
Grocery,” LC decides to call it “WakeLake & Corn Flakes” (though he plans to shorthand
it “The Flake” on social media and hopes that catches on).
Although there are some finishing touches to be made before construction is complete,
LC can’t wait any longer and makes plans to hold a Grand Opening for the Flake. He
chooses the date. He alerts the local media. He lines up a dude in a sushi costume named
PM to throw out a ceremonial first pitch to kick off the day’s festivities.
But that’s not enough. LC feels he needs a bigger draw that day. Something to pull
people in, to make headlines and trend on TikTok. To put the Flake on the map from the
After slightly less than a minute and a half of deep thought, LC decides to put on a
combination wakesurf/“Supermarket Sweep”-type exhibition — a dual-sport event of
sorts that he’ll call The 360 — and that will, unsurprisingly, be the first of its kind. In it,
contestants will complete a handful of wakesurfing tricks and then, once inside the
grocery store, race to fill a shopping cart with an item from each of the five food groups.
The winner, aside from an inevitable star turn on social media, will get a $1,000 shopping
spree at the Flake and a wakesurfing vest that says “Get Flaky!” on it.
Overwhelmed with excitement for the potential of his new business and his invented
sport, LC decides he’ll need a grandstand for the Grand Opening so the hundreds of guests
sure to attend will have a place to comfortably watch The 360 from the island-side shore
of the lake just outside the grocery store structure. Figuring he won’t need the rows of
bleachers for everyday operations once the Flake is fully open for business, though, he
doesn’t want to invest heavily in the setup.
So to help cover the cost for the temporary seating, LC negotiates a contract with a local
fly fishing business called “Fly Fishing AF” to be the title sponsor of The 360. The owner
of Fly Fishing AF, a college football player named MBaer, asks if he can perform at
halftime of the event in some undetermined way. At first, LC balks at the idea because
he’s not really sure yet whether The 360 will even have a halftime — but when MBaer
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