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What Is Vicarious Liability And Vicarious Liability Of The State?

What Is Vicarious Liability And Vicarious Liability Of The State?

  Synopsis Introduction Classification Principal-agent Partners Master-servant Doctrine of common employment Vicarious liability of the state Position in India Position in England Act of servant...
Defamation- What Does Libel And Slander Signify?

Defamation- What Does Libel And Slander Signify?

  Introduction The fundamental rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration for Human Rights by the General Assembly of the United Nations and the Constitution of India...

Public Nuisance And Private Nuisance- Important Cases I Law of Tort

  Public Nuisance & Private Nuisance I Law of Tort   SYNOPSIS Introduction Public nuisance Case laws regarding public nuisance Private Nuisance Case laws regarding private...
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Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Law of Torts

TOP 10 LANDMARK JUDGEMENTS OF LAW OF TORTS   Rylands v. FletcherIn this case, Fletcher was running a coal mine under a lease. On the...

Defamation: Under IPC & Law of Torts

Not taking into account defamation of the State (otherwise known as ‘sedition’), under Indian law, defamation is both a criminal offence and a civil...

Gross Negligence – Definition & Explanation

Gross Negligence – Definition & Explanation Gross Negligence – Definition & Explanation A violation of a legal duty with respect to the rights of others. Gross...

Contributory Negligence

Contributory Negligence  It is a Negligence which is not the main cause of the tort, but which combined with the act or omission of another...
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