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AQA Unit 4 Criminal Law (Offences against Property) or Tort, and Concepts of Law

AQA Unit 4 Criminal Law (Offences against Property) or Tort, and Concepts of Law

Candidates will study either Sections A and C or Sections B and C.

Section A Criminal Law (offences against property) - theft; roberry, blackmail, burglary and criminal damage; fraud and making off without payment and finally defences.

Section B Tort - The tort of negligence, general principles relating to physical damage and medical negligence; psychiatric damage and economic loss; product liability, liability in tort for defective goods, occupiers' liability, the tort of nuisance and the rule in Rylands v Fletcher and vicarious liability. 

Section C Concepts of Law - Law and morality; law and justice; judicial creativity; fault; balancing conflicting interests

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