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Law of Torts - May/June 2010 New - 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Contributory negligence
Short Joint tort feasors
Short Nervous shock
Short Unliquidated damages
Short Consumerism
Short Sovereign immunity
Short Nuisance
Short Liability without fault.
Long Explain the maxim injuria sine damnum and daninum sine injuria.
Long Discuss ?Act of God? and ?Inevitable Accident? as general defences in tortions actions.
Long Discuss the essentials of tort of defamation.
Long Explain the concept of product liability with the help of decided cases.
Problem Mr. Ramu was admitted to Hospital, the doctor without administering anaesthesia attended the fracture. Mr. Ramu went into Nervous shock, later died. Whether Doctor is liable or not? Discuss.
Problem Mrs. Bharathi, purchased a latest sewing machine for her personal use. Later found it defective. Whether she has a remedy under Consumer Protection Act? Discuss.
Problem "X" lodged a false complaint with the police against "Y" . Y was prosecuted and acquitted by the criminal court. Y wants to file a case against X for damages. Advise him.
Problem X removed the chair when Y was about to sit in the chair. As a result Y fell down. What is the wrong committed by "X" ? Is "X" liable for it? Decide?
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