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Law of Torts - May/June 2010 (New) 5YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Definition of Tort
Short Damnum sine injuria
Short Act of God
Short Joint tort feasors
Short Assault
Short Private nuisance
Short Nuisance
Short Unliquidated damages
Long Distinguish tort from crime and breach of contract.
Long Explain the rule of strict liability as laid down in Rylands V. Fletcher.
Long What is nervous shock? Is nervous shock an actionable wrong? Refer to decided.
Long What are the essentials of tort of defamation?
Problem An MLA was wrongfully detained by the police while he was going to attend the Assembly session. Can he claim compensation against the state? Decide.
Problem A boy of 16 years slapped "X" in the presence of several persons and pleaded that he cannot be held liable as he was a minor. Decide.
Problem Some military jawans lifted firewood belonging to "X" and carried the wood in military vehicles for the purpose of camp fire and fuel. "X" wants to file a suit against the Government of India. Can he succeed?
Problem "X" disturbed his neighbour "Y" throughout night by playing music system. Is it an actionable tort? Discuss.
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