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Tort Feasor

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Judgment: Hotchin v Guardian Trust
Under s 17(1)(c) of the 1936 Act, where damage is suffered by any person as a result of a tort, any tortfeasor may recover contribution from any other tortfeasor who is liable in respect of the same damage.
UKSC rules prison service vicariously liable for prisoner's tort
The fifth factor, that the tortfeasor will have been under the control of the defendant, no longer has the significance it was sometimes considered to have.
Indemnification Clauses after Safeway
The Court ruled that traditional indemnification is available in cases of vicarious or derivative liability but is unavailable to an active tortfeasor. Id. ΒΆΒΆ 33-34.
Prison service vicariously liable for prisoner's tort
The fifth factor, that the tortfeasor will have been under the control of the defendant, no longer has the significance it was sometimes considered to have.
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