What are the general conditions of liability in a tort?
[Law of Torts] – There are certain conditions which must be satisfied in order to constitute a tort or civil injury. These are:-
(i) a wrongful act committed by a person;
(ii) the wrongful act must result in legal damage or actual damage; and
(iii) the wrongful act must be of such a nature as may give rise to legal remedy in the form of an action for damages.