A tort is a civil wrong that does not involve the breach of a contract. The individual who commits a tort may not necessarily have breached the contract but they are still culpable for the breach and may be held liable dependent on the tort type(Emerson, 2009).Intentional tort actions are activities carried out with the intentional of violating civil rights. They may be offensive or harmful. They involve actual action or intent to cause apprehension that such an action is imminent. An intentional tort can occasionally be transferred when the targeted party is not the party eventually wronged. Any party that injures party A while intent on injuring party B is liable to party A whom they actually injured. An intentional tort is negated if the parties involved synonymously consented to the action occurrence, though this is limited to normal consequences such that any consequences outside the normal spectrum could still invite liability. Intent to harm without proof or actual harm may not necessarily invite liability unless they are accompanied by circumstances indicating an intent to cause harm(Emerson, 2009).Negligent tort involves a party acting in a manner that increases the risk for other parties. JPMorgan Chase.
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