Kentucky Instructions to Juries (Civil)
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Kentucky Instructions to Juries provides examples of instructions that are uniform, concise and specific. You'll save time and practice confidently with convenient and authoritative instructions.
The Civil Instructions, prepared by John S. Palmore, Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Kentucky, and revised by Donald P. Cetrulo, Former Director of the Administrative Office of the Court, cover civil instructions generally, including negligence, intentional torts, and other civil wrongs.
References to relevant cases following the sample instructions provide source material to aid the attorney in drafting final instructions. Commentary by the authors, provides essential background information, which explains the rationale for the language used in the instruction, and offers illuminating comparisons with similar or related instructions: making the commentary as important as the instructions themselves.
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Table of contents
Part I: General Principles
Chapter 13: General Principles (Civil Cases)
Part II: Negligence
Chapter 14: Definitions Relating to Negligence
Chapter 15: Animals
Chapter 16: Automobiles
Chapter 17: Electricity
Chapter 18: Elevators and Escalators
Chapter 19: Gas
Chapter 20: Hotel Accommodations
Chapter 21: Lawyer Malpractice
Chapter 22: Liability for the Conduct of Another
Chapter 23: Medical Malpractice
Chapter 24: Owners and Occupiers of Real Estate
Chapter 25: Railroads
Chapter 26: Watercraft
Part III: Intentional Torts
Chapter 27: Abuse of Legal Process
Chapter 28: Assault and Battery
Chapter 29: Conversion
Chapter 30: False Imprisonment
Chapter 31: Fraud and Negligent Misrepresentation
Chapter 32: Trespass
Part IV: Other Civil Instructions
Chapter 33: Agency
Chapter 34: Bailments
Chapter 35: Banks
Chapter 36: Carriers
Chapter 37: Cemeteries
Chapter 38: Contracts
Chapter 39: Damages
Chapter 40: Defamation and Privacy
Chapter 41: Eminent Domain
Chapter 42: Explosives
Chapter 43: Gifts
Chapter 44: Insurance
Chapter 45: Employment
Chapter 46: Joint Tortfeasors
Chapter 47: Land Disputes
Chapter 48: Nuisance
Chapter 49: Products Liability
Chapter 50: Wills
Chapter 51: Outrageous Conduct