Case Study of Tort Law

There are three differences between liability and contractual liability: A. The difference of base. Contractual liability means that due to the breach of duty, contractual collateral obligation of contract or violates the “contract law” provisions of the obligations. Finding out a contractual liability has to be in terms of contract. However, there are no needs for liability, which point liability are monetary damages that are sought from the offending party. They are intended to compensation the injured party for the injured suffered. B.