Defining tort law: tort law provides remedies to persons who have suffered physical harm and/or economic loss because of the intentional or careless actions of another. Tort: harm caused by one person to another, other than through breach of contract, ad for which the law provides a remedy. Tort law breaks down into distinct categories, each with its own discrete definition: trespass to land. Trespass to land involves wrongful interference with someone"s possession of land. E. g) parking garage operators might rely on the tort of trespass when drivers leave their cars in the lot but fail to purchase the required ticket. The driver is responsible for tort of trespass because he had left his vehicle on property without permission: deceit or fraud. This tort is based on a false representation intentionally or recklessly made by one person to another that causes damage.