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Explanation: The formal legal expression for a person who commits a civil wrong (a tort) is tortfeasor
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Tort. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Tortfeasor) ... commits a tortious act is called a "tortfeasor". Torts is one of the American ...
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3.tortfeasor - Definitions from Dictionary.com
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4.User:Tortfeasor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
User:Tortfeasor. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Tortfeasor - A wrong-doer, one who does wrong; one who commits a trespass or is ...
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