Parliament has not given to India, the statutory provisions like the Crown
Proceedings Act, 1947 of England whereby the Crown is statutorily made liable
for the torts committed by its servants,...
Carlill v/s Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.
The Company Made The Product Called Smoke Ball¯.It Claimed To Be Cured To
Influenza And Many Other Disease In The Context 1889_ 1890 :Flu Pandemic Which
Tribunal is an apparently judicial institution aimed at settling issues with
concern to administration or tax subjects. It is a set of people or an
institution of people distinctly selected ...
Title: A commentary on Nervous Shock as a cause of action in Torts by - D.
Bluebook 21st ed.
D. Hughes Parry, Nervous Shock as a Cause of Action in Tort, 4...
A tort is an act or omission that gives rise to injury or harm to another and amounts to a civil
wrong for which courts impose liability. A tort is when one person or entity inflicts upon
This judgment is heavily criticized and is one of the most debated landmark
judgments of all times.
Name of the Case: Kasturi Lal Ralia Ram Jain v. The State Of Uttar
Meaning of Tort Tort is not a crime but a civil wrong;- mr X enters into Mr. y's house and use
the swimming pool and exists. Here MR. x had not caused any loss/injury or any
type of damage to M...
The aim of this
article to give the research Regarding the Pigeon hole Theory. So here if we put
three Pigeons in two Pigeonholes ,at slightest two of the Pigeons put a stop to
up in the cons...
This paper is about vicarious liability, or the relationship between a
Master and a Servant. A case in which someone is held liable for the acts or
omissions of another person is known as vicar...
Rights Of Citizens For Ex Gratia Payment Through State Disaster Relief
Fund Applicable To Persons Died Due To Coronavirus.
The Government of India is bound under section 12(iii) of the Disaster ...