Tort Law

TYPES OF PUNISHMENT PROVIDED IN TORT LAW

Written by- Naman Mishra, Himachal Pradesh National Law University. TYPES OF PUNISHMENT PROVIDED IN TORT LAW INTRODUCTION Tort, in common law, civil law, and most by far of legitimate frameworks that get from them, any occasion of destructive conduct, for example, physical assault with the rest of one’s personal effects or impedance with one’s belongings or with the utilization and delight in one’s property, financial interests (under specific conditions), respect, notoriety, and security. The term …

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Aerial Trespass to Land

Written by-Satendra Kumar Maurya Student of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow. Aerial Trespass to Land INTRODUCTION: – Trespass means unreasonable interference of possession of land or goods of another person. A person who is without consent and intentionally enters into the property of another person is a trespasser. Trespass can be to the land or to the person. Trespass to the land is when any person enter into another private land and …

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Concept of slander or libel with respect to movie stars and should laws be more lenient towards them.

Concept of slander or libel with respect to movie stars and should laws be more lenient towards them. Written by: P Renuka Sai, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University. Introduction There is always a delicate balance between the right of one person to freedom of speech and the power of another to safeguard his excellent name. It’s often hard to know which personal remarks are right and which run away from defamation law. Defamation is a …

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Should torts be given a greater importance in India?

Written by: Harpreet Lamba ,Jindal Global Law School Should torts be given a greater importance in India? In the most basic terms, tort can simply be defined as a ‘wrong’ that might be caused due to the person’s negligence, or lack of duty of care etc. A tort can be said to be caused due to the action (or inaction) of one person or an organization/corporation towards another that causes the harm or injury. It …

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COMPARE POSITION OF TORTS IN USA AND INDIA

COMPARE POSITION OF TORTS IN USA AND INDIA Written BY-HARSH SRIVASTAVA, CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY COURSE NAME -B.B.A LLB (HONS) INTRODUCTION: What is Torts? For understanding the basic concept of torts, we need to go through the various definitions and articles given by the Philosophers at that time. These theories are said to be the major cause for which law of torts came into existence. According to the famous philosopher of that era “Salmond” the law …

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