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Law of Torts - December 2009 - January 2010 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Damnum sine injuria
Short Joint tort feasors
Short Waiver and Acquiescence
Short False imprisonment
Short Conspiracy
Short Private nuisance
Short Negligent Mis-statement
Short Product liability
Long Explain the principle of Strict Liability with the help of decided cases.
Long Discuss "Volenti non fit injuria" as a general defence.
Long What are the essential elements of tort of defamation?
Long Enumerate the salient features of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
Problem "X" a lorry driver, otherwise hale and healthy, suddenly died due to heart attack while driving the vehicle. As a result passengers met with injuries. Decide the liability of the owner of the Vehicle.
Problem An old building, which was of 80 years old, belonging to Municipal Corporation, located in the heart of the city, collapsed causing the death of number of persons. Is the corporation liable to pay compensation? Decide.
Problem "X" filed a false complaint to the police imputing an offence of theft against "Y". As a result "Y" was prosecuted but acquitted. "Y" wants to file a case against "X" - Can he do so?
Problem Mr Ravi purchased a personal computer for his office work. It was kept in his room, still office members were using it now and then. As it was found defective, Mr. Ravi desires to file a case against the manufacturer. Advise him.
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