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BATTERY
1. Defendant's Intentional
2. Contact with Plaintiff's person
3. That is Offensive or Harmful
ASSAULT
1. Defendant's Intentional Act
2. Creates Plaintiff's Reasonable Apprehension
3. Of Imminent Offensive/Harmful Contact
4. D has Apparent Ability to Carry Out
FALSE IMPRISONMENT
1. D Intentionally
2. Confines/Restrains P
3. P is Aware of Confinement OR Harmed by it
CONFINEMENT(FI): Ways to achieve
1. Actual or apparent physical barriers
2. Overpowering physical force
3. Threat to apply phys force
4. Duress other than phys force
5. Custody under Asserted Legal Authority
6. Refusing to Release when D has the duty to do so
CONFINEMENT (FI): Escape
1. Known to P
2. Exposes P to harm
3. Block path is not FI
INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF EMOTION DISTRESS (IIED)
1. D's Intentional Conduct (gen or specific)
2. That is Extreme or Outrageous
3. Causes
a. P's Severe Emotional
Distress
b. Physical harm (some jx)
TRESPASS TO PROPERTY
Every unauthorized entry on to the land of another is a trespass.
No mistakes Allowed, even under Good Faith
TRESPASS TO CHATTELS
1. D's Intentional
2. Interference w/P's Chattel
a. Physical contact that
impairs
OR b. Dispossession of P for
substantial period of
time
CONVERSION
1. D's Intional
2. Exercise of Dominion or
Control
3. Over P's Chattel
4. That seriously Interferes
w/P's right to control
5. So that P gets FMV of
chattel
SHOPKEEPER PRIVILEGE
1. If D has reasonable belief
that something is taken;
2. D can detain for a reas
amt of time