Neither husband nor wife is liable for the torts of the other.
But in the criminal law and the law of torts it is of the first importance.
The same with assault and battery, and the various other torts.
This work has largely to do with the law of contracts and torts.
An infant is liable for his torts, but not for his contracts.
The law of Contracts and Torts is taken entirely from the English law.
In torts of a personal nature she must sue jointly with her husband.
He was answerable for her torts and trespasses, except for battery.
Torts embrace all private wrongs not arising out of contracts.
A principal is liable to third persons for his agent's torts or wrongful acts.