law of tort

This article is written by Aanchal Rawat, a 2nd-year student of R.N. Patel Ipcowala School of Law and Justice. This article talks about what is tort, essential elements of the tort, history of tort and development of tort. Suppose you went to vote but you were not allowed to voteContinue Reading

law of tort

This article is written by Gaurav Purohit, a 3rd Year BBA LL.B student of Amity University, Rajasthan. False Imprisonment The term False signifies wrong and Imprisonment signifies confinement or detention, so false imprisonment is the confinement of an individual with no legitimate justification. It is the complete restriction of liberty andContinue Reading

law of tort

This article is written by Gaurav Purohit from Amity University Rajasthan Currently Pursuing BBA LLB. Definition of Tort The word Tor has been derived from the Latin word “tortum” which means curved or crooked. Definition as given by the jurist Salmond, Tort is a civil wrong for which the remedy is theContinue Reading

This article is written by Aanchal Rawat, a second-year student of R N Patel Ipcowala School of Law and Justice pursuing B.Com-LL.B. (Hon.). This article talks about vicarious liability, civil law, criminal law. INTRODUCTION When a person does a wrongful act then he is liable for that act and notContinue Reading

The author Nadeem Siddiqui is a second-year student of B.L.S L.L.B from Government Law College. Mumbai. INTRODUCTION The action undertaken by a person to receive compensation or to punish the person who has violated his right is known as ‘legal remedy’. There are different types of legal remedies available. ForContinue Reading

law of tort

This article has been written by Niti Shah studying BLS/LLB from Pravin Gandhi College of  Law, University of Mumbai. The right to claim Penalty or Liquidated damages is because of ‘Breach of Contract’ which is a legal term. Hence, it is appropriate to understand this term. What is meant byContinue Reading

law of tort

This article is written by Anushka Singh, a second-year student, pursuing BBA-LLB at Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University. This article aims to explain the doctrine of remoteness of damage in tort law with the help of relevant case laws. INTRODUCTION When a person commits a tort, it has consequences,Continue Reading

The case analysis is written by Preeti Bafna, a second-year student of Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University. In this case, the author briefly explained the case of Khenyei v. New India Assurance Co. Ltd. INTRODUCTION It is a case of composite negligence where injuries have been caused to theContinue Reading