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LLB NOTES: First Year: Law Of Torts: Unit 4: The Consumer Protection Act, 1986

  Tushar Bansode    16 November 2021 at 16:55

Authorities for Consumer Protection IntroductionThe Consumer Protection Act which came into force on 24th of December 1986, provides for the protection of interests of consumers. For this purpose, it makes provision for the establishment of Consumer ..


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LLB NOTES: First Year: Law Of Torts: Unit IV: Consumer Protection Act

  Rheaa Nair    16 November 2021 at 16:55

RemediesSection 14 provides that the district forum can provide the following reliefs: Remove the defects pointed out by the appropriate laboratory from goods in question. Replace the goods with new goods of similar description which shall be free fr ..


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LLB NOTES: First Year: Law Of Torts: Unit II: Specific Torts- I

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    12 November 2021 at 17:33

FALSE IMPRISONMENT AND MALICIOUS PROSECUTIONI. FALSE IMPRISONMENTFalse imprisonment, in simple terms, is the detention and restraint of a person that is not authorised by law. It is not necessary that imprisonment must be in jail. In Collins v. Wilco ..


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LLB Notes: First Year: Law Of Torts: Unit IV: Consumer Protection Act

  Rheaa Nair    11 November 2021 at 18:02

RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF CONSUMERRights Right to Safety- Right to be protected against the marketing of goods and services, which are hazardous to life and property. Right to Information- Right to be informed about the quality, quantity, purity, price, a ..


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Low Age Of Rape Victim Is Not Considered As The Only Or Sufficient Factor To Impose Death Sentence: SC

  Sanjeev Sirohi    11 November 2021 at 13:30

It must be apprised here that the Bench of Apex Court comprising of Justices L Nageswara Rao, Sanjiv Khanna and BR Gavai observed so while tilting the scales in favour of commuting the death sentence awarded to Irappa Siddappa Murgannavar. ..


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LLB Notes: First Year: Law Of Torts: Unit II: Specific Torts-II

  Rheaa Nair    10 November 2021 at 17:04

A) VICARIOUS LIABILITYIn some cases, a person may be held liable for acts committed by others. In the case of vicarious liability, both the persons at whose behest the act is done, as well as the person who does the act, are liable. It is a type of s ..


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LLB NOTES: First Year: Law Of Torts: Unit 3: Specific Torts – II

  Tushar Bansode    09 November 2021 at 11:22

Strict Liability and Absolute LiabilityIntroductionGenerally, a person is liable for his own wrongful acts and one does not incur any liability for the acts done by others. In certain cases, the liability of one person for the act done by another per ..


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LLB Notes: First Year: Law Of Torts: Unit II: Specific Torts- I

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    09 November 2021 at 11:22

NUISANCENuisance is the wrong committed by a person by unlawfully interfering with another person’s enjoyment of property or exercise of a lawful right. Any act that disturbs the comfort, health, or safety of a person is nuisance. In Ratanlal & ..


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LLB Notes: First Year: Law Of Torts:Unit 2: Specific Torts – I: (f) Parental And Quasi Parental Authority

  Tushar Bansode    02 November 2021 at 17:17

IntroductionThe second part of the “General Defences” under the law of tort deals with the defences of certain authorities which includes parental, quasi parental, authorities of necessity, statutory authority, etc. The law of torts makes ..


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LLB Notes: First Year: Law Of Torts: Unit 2: Specific Torts – I: (e) Judicial And Quasi-Judicial Acts

  Tushar Bansode    02 November 2021 at 17:17

IntroductionUnder the law of tort, there is a topic called “General Defences” which provides a set of defences that a person can undertake to escape liability. So when the plaintiff brings an action for tort, the defendant can plead for t ..


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