Class Notes on Law of Torts – Unit V (1st Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Study Notes on Law of Torts: Consumer Protection Act, 1986 – UNIT V Consumer Protection Act, 1986 What are the objects of the Central Consumer Protection Council? The Central Council is an important and potential body for the development of consumer movement, and also helpful for the protection of consumers. It plays a catalyst role in the […]

Class Notes on Law of Torts – Unit III (1st Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Study Notes on Law of Torts – UNIT III Legal Remedies There are two kinds of remedies for torts such as judicial remedies and extra-judicial remedies.  Judicial remedies: afforded by the Courts of law. Damages and injunctions are different form of remedies against the same wrong. awarding of damages granting of injunction specific restitution of […]

Class Notes on Law of Torts – Unit IV (1st Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Study Notes on Law of Torts – UNIT IV Torts affecting body Assault Battery Mayhem False Imprisonment Torts affecting reputation Libel Slander Torts affecting freedom Malicious Prosecution Malicious Civil Action and Abuse of Legal Process; Torts affecting domestic and other rights Marital Rights Parental Rights Rights to Service Contractual Rights Intimidation and Conspiracy Torts against […]

Class Notes on Law of Torts – Unit II (1st Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Study Notes on Law of Torts – UNIT II General Defenses Justification of Torts o Act of State An act of State is outside the ordinary law, it is essentially an exercise of sovereign power as a matter of policy or political expediency. For example, when the person or the property of a person who […]

Class Notes on Law of Torts – Unit I (1st Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Law of Torts – UNIT I: Revision Notes for LL.B – First Year Introduction to the Law of Torts The word tort is of French origin and is equivalent of the English word wrong. It is derived from the Latin word tortum, which means twisted or crooked. It implies conduct that is twisted or crooked. Tort is commonly used to mean […]