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Bolton v/s Stone

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Facts Of The Case Stone resided in a residence close to Cheetham Cricket Ground. A batsman in a game at the Cricket Ground on August 9, 1947, struck the ball out of the ground. Stone was o...

Exceptions To Strict Liability

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There are circumstances when someone may be held responsible for injury they have caused, even though they were not negligent, had no purpose to harm others, or even if they took proactive meas...

Vicarious Liability Of State In Acts Of Police Officials

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Vicarious liability is a form of secondary strict liability arises due to the commission or omission of others under the common law doctrine of agency "The Respondeat superior " in wh...

Defamation As Civil Or Criminal Wrong And Position Of India?

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This project is to show whether defamation is a civil or criminal wrong in India. This will show the current position of Defamation law in India and how it is used as in civil or criminal wro...

Analysis of Liabilities in Law of Torts (Indian Perspective)

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What Are The Law Of Torts? Tort is a term which is generally not used in our daily conversations, but if you are indulged in any type of civil lawsuit, you may come across this word. The topic...

Understanding Medical Negligence through the case of NIMS V. Prasanth Dhananka

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The medical profession is considered to be one of the noblest professions on the planet Earth. And due to this special status, medical practitioners are often put on a pedestal and it's more of...

Current Judicial Approach Towards Defense Of Act Of God

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Act of god refers to serious and unforeseen natural phenomena for which no one is responsible. Despite its superficial religious connection, the utility of the term "act of god" is fr...

Defences of Tort

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The term Tort is the French equivalent of the English word wrong and of the roman law term delict. It was introduced into English law by Norman jurists. The word tort is derived from a latin te...

Contemporary Application of Absolute Liability in India

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[i] The Principle of Absolute Liability is considered to be an extension of strict liability. Therefore, it becomes essential to have a clear understanding of strict liability first. With the a...

Curtis v/s Wilcox: Case Analysis

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Homegrown Relation is a growing topic of tort law that deals with a family's internal dynamics. The evolution of domestic relationships Because of the tortious ways that the nuclear family itse...