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Law of Torts - December 2008 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Assault
Short Volenti non fit injuria
Short Malicious prosecution
Short Innuendo
Short Conversion.
Short Extra judicial Remedies
Short Res ipsa loquitur
Short Product liability
Long Define tort and explain the essential elements of tort.
Long Explain the rule in Rylands Vs. Fletcher. What are the exceptions to the above rule?
Long What are the essential ingredients of defamation?
Long Discuss the law relating to deficiency in services under Consumer Protection Act.
Problem "A" a revenue officer forcibly took "B" for non-payment of arrears of land revenue and detained him. Can "B" sue "A"?
Problem "A" a passenger preferred to travel in a taxi knowing that the taxi driver was intoxicated. An accident took place and "A" was injured. Can "A" sue the driver?
Problem "A" a student of LL.B. is seriously preparing for his semester examinations. "B" a neighbour always keeps his audio player in high volume causing disturbance to "A". What is the remedy available to "A" as against "B"?
Problem Radha, while shopping in supermarket owned by Rohit slipped on raw vegetables on the floor and fell down and sustained injuries. Whether Rohit is liable or not. Discuss.
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