a.an actor is subject to liability to another for battery if
He acts intending to cause a harmful or offensive contact with the person of the other or a third person, or an imminent apprehension of such contact, and A harmful contract with the person of the other directly or indirectly results
* kwsc is sufficient as intent to cause offensive contact.
Anything that offends the reasonable sense of personal dignity
a.acts intending to cause a harmful or offensive contact with another person or an imminent apprehension of such contact AND the other person is put in such imminent apprehensionb.an action done without the intent does not make the actor liable although the act may be done negligently or recklessly
Apprehension of Imminent and Future Contact
a.To be liable one must put another in apprehension of an imminent contactb.An act intended by the actor as a step toward the infliction of a future contact, which is so recognized by the other, does not make the actor liable for an assault under rule §21
a.An actor is subject to liability to another for false imprisonment if;
- He acts intending to confine the other person within boundaries fixed by the actor, and
- His act directly or indirectly results in such confinement, and - The other is conscious of the confinement or is harmed by it. b.An act which is not done with the intention, does not make the actor liable although it may be done negligently or recklessly.
Tort of Outrage; Extreme and Outrageous Conduct.
a.Extreme and outrageous conduct b.Intentionally or recklessly causes severe emotional distress c.Actual resulting in severe emotional distress or bodily harm.
Self-Defense Using force not threatening death or severe bodily harm
Self-Defense using force that MAY cause severe bodily harm or death
Defense of property
defense of property or things using less than deadly force or force likely to cause severe bodily harm.
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