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Torts In India

The law of torts in India is mainly inspired by the English law of torts. The application of the English law of torts has however been selective to suit the Indian conditions. Tort law largely plays the function of aiding in the development of the judicial system - - Ms. Bhuvana Veeraragavan

Lenght: 2760 words
Added Date: 6 Dec 2007
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Torts in India

Torts are civil wrongs resulting in personal injury or harm that constitutes grounds for a lawsuit. Thus, tort law addresses conflicts between private individuals or entities - - Mukesh Chouhan

Lenght: 3652 words
Added Date: 16 Feb 2008
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Mass Torts & MNC’s Liability
Article: ‘Mass Torts’ can be explained as ‘Such activity of the defendant, the harm caused by which is wide and a large number or sector of society gets affected simultaneously’. - - Mukesh Chouhan
Lenght: 1687 words
Added Date: 1 Mar 2008
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Minors In Torts
Article: Article tells about the legal position of minors in the law of torts in India and the Commonwealth countries along with some relavent caselaws. Child's capacity to be sued in cases of negligence, contract etc is surfaced comprehensively - - Mohd Umar
Lenght: 2637 words
Added Date: 11 Jun 2008
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Tortious Remedies - Injunction
Article: Anyone moving the court in regard of some injury whether past or continuing must first ensure exhaustion of preferred relief measures of seeking damages. - - Ishita Bhaduri
Lenght: 3268 words
Added Date: 7 Dec 2008
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Malicious Prosecution under Law of Tort
Article: Malicious prosecution is an abuse of the process of the court by wrongfully setting the law in motion on a criminal charge. In order to succeed the plaintiff must prove that there was a prosecution without any just and reasonable cause, initiated by malice and the case was decided in the plaintiff’s favour. - - Prateek Shanker Srivastava
Lenght: 2843 words
Added Date: 23 Apr 2009
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