wrongful interference with goods

wrongful interference with goods

a generic heading in terms of the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 for CONVERSION, TROVER, TRESPASS to goods and negligence so far as it results in damage to goods. See also DETINUE.
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There were 16 for negligence, 15 for loss of property, 11 for property damage, seven for assault, five for wrongful interference with goods, three for statutory duty and two for defamation.
In 2003, Monaghan sued Northumbria Police for false imprisonment, assault and wrongful interference with goods.