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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988: No fault liability

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Ubi jus ibi remedium the latin maxim states that, ‘where there is wrong, there is remedy’ . It is an essential maxim of law of torts , where one’s right has been invaded, the law provides for t...

Motor Vehicle Act,2020 (Amended)

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In today's world as things and technology are developing fast. We have developed a lot to provide people with hassle-free services, similarly, we have developed our Motor vehicle Act, 2020 as me...

The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. An Analysis

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In India, under the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, it is mandatory that every vehicle should have a valid Insurance to drive on the road. Any vehicle used for social, domestic and pl...

Comparable Injuries Should Be Compensated By Comparable Awards While Granting...

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Under Common Law there was no right to claim damages in case of death. Right to claim damages was however always recognized in case of personal injury. After the advent of the rail and road trans...

Traffic Laws Enhanced Penalties Under The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 201...

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The remarkable growth in the vehicle population has resulted in traffic congestion, pollution, longer journey time and increased the number of fatalities and injuries in road accidents. This is d...