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Law of Torts - May/June 2011

Question Type Question  
Short Define tort
Short Malice
Short Joint tort feasor
Short Assault
Short False imprisonment
Short Passing off
Short Release
Short Damages
Long Write an essay on the `essential conditions of tortious liability`.
Long Write a note on `vicarious liability`.
Long To what extent is an occupier liable for dangerous premises?
Long "Defamation is injury to the reputation of a person". ? Comment.
Problem Raju bought a tin of coke. He opened the tin, consumed the coke and then found in the tin, a dead cockroach. He fell ill because of the contaminated drink. Is he entitled to any remedy? If so against whom?
Problem Shyam Prasad erected a brick grinding machine on his land adjoining the premises of Sohan, a medical practitioner. The brick grinding machine generated dust, polluted the atmosphere and caused physical discomfort to Dr. Sohan and his patients. Dr. Sohan wants to proceed legally against Shyam Prasad. Advise him.
Problem Girl went to the stadium to watch India-Pakistan cricket match. While he was seated in the front row, the batsman hit a sixer and the ball came straight and hit Gin on his shoulder. Gin suffered a fracture and flied a suit for compensation Discuss.
Problem Madhav and Suresh are good friends. One day when Madhav and Suresh were going on a bike, Suresh threw acid on a woman, who was standing in a bus stop. Police arrested both of them and filed criminal cases against them. Court convicted Suresh and acquitted Madhav as his involvement in the attack was not proved. Madhav filed a case against the police officer concerned for malicious prosecution. Will he be successful?
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