Quasi Tort

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Though not a recognized term of English law, may be conveniently used in those cases where a man who has not committed a tort is liable as if he had. Thus, a master is liable for wrongful acts done by his servant in the course of his employment.

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  • Broom, Corn. Law, 690; Underh. Torts, 29.