STRICT LIABILITY

Introduction:  Sometimes there are situations where people are held liable for  some harm even though they are not at fault … More

Rylands V. Fletcher

 Rylands V Fletcher, played an important role in tort law and it is a landmark judgement. The defendant in this … More

Vicarious Liability

Introduction: Liability for commission of tortious acts usually only attaches to a person who commits such tortious acts. There however … More

Volenti Non Fit Injuria

If a tort was filed, the plaintiff provides all the existing essentials against the defendant and he would be liable … More

Vicarious Liability

Introduction: Liability for commission of tortious acts generally only attaches to a person responsible for commission of such tortious acts. … More

The Mischief Rule

The Mischief Rule The mischief rule of interpretation originated in Haydon’s case. In this case, the Boron’s of the exchequer … More

Injuria Sine Damnum

If there is a right, there is a remedy. If the legal right is violated, there is a remedy for … More

Nuisance- Law Of Torts

Introduction Nuisance came into our language from the French word nuire, which means ‘to annoy’ or ‘to cause harm’. Literally, … More

RES IPSA LOQUITUR

The Latin maxim Res Ipsa Loquitur literally means that thing speaks for itself. This Maxim refers to a situation in … More

Volenti Non-Fit Injuria

This article is about Volenti Non-fit Injuria which is one of the most important Latin maxim in law of torts. … More

Nuisance

INTRODUCTION The word “nuisance” is derived from the French word “nuire”, which means “to do hurt, or to annoy”. One … More