SERVANTS OWN PRIVATE ENDS
AbstractMcRae discusses how the doctrine of a “servant’s own private ends,” applied to agents in the course of employment, still applies to the law of torts other than fraud. The analysis follows a look at the cases that first refer to the doctrine itself while coming to a conclusion on the present position of the law that masters are still not often relieved of liability, unless there is a “departure” from the scope of employment or if the facts are ambiguous.
Keywords:Master and Servant
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