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Ram Jethmalani v/s Subramaniam Swamy A case analysis

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This case is in itself famous because of two reasons, one that is it is one of the good pronounced judgment, second that it is between two great legal birds of India, one of them that is Subr...

Is It Law of Tort or Law of Torts

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The billion dollar question is, " whether it is a law of tort or only a law of torts?" There are two competing theories in this regard. According to one theory, there is a general principle ...

Law of Torts - An Overview

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The law of Tort in India is developed and evolved from the law of Torts in UK. Most popularly known as “judge made law” this law does not come from a statute and is not codified. Irrespective...

Different Trends of Vicarious Liability

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Vicarious liability, also known by the Latin term respondeat superior, or by imputed liability, is a legal concept that assigns liability to an individual who did not actually cause the harm, b...

Defamation in Law of Torts: Meaning, essentials and defences

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Meaning– Defamation is injury to the reputation of a person. If a person injures the reputation of another he does so at his own risk, as in the case of an interference with the property. A m...

Medical Negligence In Sports

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No human is impeccable, everyone makes mistakes, we would have come across many cases where the skilled medical practitioners have been negligent while identifying injuries, or being careless d...

Regulatory Negligence-A Concept of Administrative Law

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Administrative law is defined as the torso of law constructed by the agencies and departments of the government.They areperturbed with the operation of public powers, and tort law administers p...

Law of Torts: Fundamentals and Urgent Reformations

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It is often said that 'India needs change'. Various Laws and Rules are challenged every other day, which may or may not be targeting at a better tomorrow. From decision of Indian Rupee Devaluat...