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Law of Torts - April/May 2008

Question Type Question  
Short Wrongful Act
Short Injuria Sine Damnumn
Short Torts affecting family relations
Short Private nuisance
Short Joint Liability
Long Waiver
Short Conspiracy
Short Liability of service providers
Long Define tort. Distinguish between Tort, Crime and Breach of Contract.
Long What is meant by Vicarious Liability? Discuss the liability of the master for the tort of his servant.
Long What is the impact of "Remoteness of Damage" on an action for negligence? Explain with case law.
Long Critically examine the reliefs available under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
Problem "V" established a school in front of a school belonging to "W". All the children flock to the school of V. Can W sue V for damage caused to him?
Problem The defendant kept a number of bee-hives much to the annoyance of his neighbors. One day he smoked the hives in order to remove the honey without warning the plaintiff, his neighbor, who was tackling his horse. The horse became violent and injured plaintiff. The plaintiff sued defendant for damages. Will he succeed?
Problem A pedestrian was walking on a public road. A cricket ball comes over a high fence and hits her. Can she sue for the injury caused to her?
Problem A abuses B, who takes out his pistol, and says to A, "the next time you use such language, I will kill you". Is B guilty of assault?
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