n. from French for "wrong." A tort is a civil wrong or wrongful act, whether intentional or accidental, which results in injury to another. Torts include negligence as well as intentional wrongs. Some intentional torts may also be crimes, such as assault, battery, wrongful death, fraud, theft and trespass.
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