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Case study: A former employee enters his employer's place of business claiming that the company owes him $500 dollars in back wages. He argues with the manager, who then orders him off the premises. He refuses to leave, so the manager tells some other workers to throw him off the property. He runs to his vehicle, but grabs some tools on his way out worth the value of $500. He refuses to return the tools. Has this person committed any torts?

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