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Law of Torts - May/June 2010 Backlog (Old) 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Damnum sine injuria
Short Assault
Short Innuendo
Short Malicious prosecution
Short Conspiracy
Short Deficiency in services
Short Extra judicial Remedies
Short Conversion.
Long Explain the maximum Res. ipsa loquitor and its application with the help of decided cases.
Long What do you mean by strict liability? Distinguish between strict liability and absolute liability.
Long What are the essentials of tort of Nuisance ? What are the defences available in an action for Nuisance?
Long Write the salient features of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
Problem "A" working in a company, purchased a computer for his personal use, but it was used by his company members also. Computer was a defective piece. Whether "A" has right to file a case under Consumer Protection Act? Discuss.
Problem A purchased a wollen garment from a retail shop owner. A was affected with skin disease dermatitis. Who is liable, shop owner or manufacturer ? Decide and give reasons.
Problem "A" is having a fruit tree in his land some of the branches full of fruits are over hanging into B`s land. B cuts the branches and fruits. Is B liable? Decide and give reasons.
Problem "X" was standing on a public road. He was hit by a cricket ball which came from the ground of "Y". Is "Y" liable ? Decide and give reasons.
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