Section-84 of the Indian Penal Code deals with the act of a person of unsound mind wherein it states that “Nothing is an offence which
Strict Liability is a legal doctrine that holds a party responsible for their actions or products, without the plaintiff having to prove negligence or fault.
Nuisance and Negligence are both Specific torts. Torts fall into three general categories: intentional torts (e.g., intentionally causing an injury to a person); negligent torts
It is a Latin maxim which means that where there is a wrong, there is a remedy. If any wrong is committed then the law
Every person is liable for the acts committed by him and not for the acts done by others but in some cases or situations a
INTRODUCTION TO VICARIOUS LIABILITY Every person is liable for acts, the person commits and not liable for the acts done by others but in some
The word tort is derived from the Latin tortus, meaning twisted. It came to mean wrong, and it is still so used in French: J
ABSRACTVicarious Liability refers to a situation where someone is held responsible for the actions or omissions of another person. in the field of torts, it
Introduction An individual possessing a property is qualified for its undisturbed pleasure according to law. In any case, in the event that another person’s ill-advised
Introduction: In ordinary utilization, the word ‘carelessness’ signifies simple indiscretion. In a lawful sense, it implies the inability to practice a standard of care which
The liability for the damage done by animals can be studied under the following three heads: (1) The Scienter Rule: The liability of the defendant
The owner of property has the right to use that property in any legal manner they wish, including keeping other individuals from entering their property.