Rylands V. Fletcher

 Rylands V Fletcher, played an important role in tort law and it is a landmark judgement. The defendant in this case had a plan to construct a reservoir on his land for the purpose of providing water to his mill. For the construction of the reservoir he employed independent contractors. While digging there were disused … More Rylands V. Fletcher

Promissory Estoppel

Introduction When two or more parties enter into a contract, there arises some obligation. Sometimes , the promisor becomes bound to his promise, not on the basis of contract, it may on the basis of the application of law of estoppel. The rule of promissory estoppel is that whenever a person with a contractual right … More Promissory Estoppel