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Law of Torts - April/May 2009 Backlog (Old)

Question Type Question  
Long Examine the origin and growth of development of law of torts in England.
Long Explain the essential principles of tortious liability.
Long Examine the Legal provisions relating to liability without fault.
Long What are the circumstances in which the extinction of tortious liability takes place?
Long Trespass symbolises invasion of a man`s right without any legal justification - discuss.
Long Distinguish between Public Nuisance and Private Nuisance.
Long What do you mean by the term `Damage`, discuss the principles applied for the assessment of damages for a given case.
Long Explain the essentials of tort of defamation with the help of decided cases.
Long What are the salient features of Consumer Protection Act, 1986?
Long Discuss the composition, jurisdiction and power of consumer forums under the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act.
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