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Law of Torts - Consumer Protection Law and Compensation under Other Statutory Laws

Law of Torts - Consumer Protection Law and Compensation under Other Statutory Laws

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  • Author(s): Prof. N.V. Paranjape
  • Brand: Central Law Agency
  • Edition: 4 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 10 9384852115
  • ISBN 13 9789384852968
  • Approx. Pages 671 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
The object of the Third Edition of the book is to provide primary resource material on Law of Torts to the students taking professional courses in law and appraise the legal fraternity of the developments that are taking place in this branch of law in the new millennium.  The Law of torts is based almost entirely on case law. The book, therefore, covers all those cases which have substantially contributed to the development of this branch of law. The book comprises four Parts, i.e., Part I embodies the general principles whereas Part II is devoted specific torts. As a matter of fact the doctrine of contributory negligence being one of the fundamental principles governing assessment of damages for the tort of negligence, it ought to have been placed in Part I, but in order to maintain relativity and consistence,it has been incorporated and discussed in chapter on negligence as a tort in Part II of the book. Part III of the Book deals with some other compensatory reliefs available under Specific Laws, which were earlier available only under the law of torts; and finally Part IV contains section-wise commentary on the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.   
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Contents
Part I;    General Principles
Chapter 1;    Nature & Scope of Tort
Chapter 2;    Foundation of Tortious liability
Chapter 3;    General Defences
Chapter 4;    Remedies
Chapter 5;    Discharge of Torts
Chapter 6;    Death of Parties in Relation to Tort
Chapter 7;    Capacity to Sue or be sued in Tort
Chapter 8;    Liability of State for Torts
Chapter 9;    Foreign Torts
Chapter 10;    Joint and Several Tort-Feasors
Chapter 11;    Novus Actus Interveniens
Chapter 12;    Successive Actions on the Same Cause of Action
Chapter 13;    Strict Liability
Chapter 14;    Liability for Injury Caused by Animals
Chapter 15;    Liability for Defective Products
Chapter 16;    Occupiers Liability for Dangerous Land and Premises
Chapter 17;    Vicarious Liability
Part II;    Specific Torts
Chapter 18;    Classification of Specific Torts
Chapter 19;    Assault and Battery
Chapter 20;    False Imprisonment
Chapter 21;    Nervous Shock
Chapter 22;    Torts Affecting Domestic Relations
Chapter 23;    Trespass to Land
Chapter 24;    The Torts of Trespass to Goods and Conversion
Chapter 25;    Injurious Falsehood and Passing off Actions
Chapter 26;    Deceit and Negligent Mis-Statements
Chapter 27;    conspiracy
Chapter 28;    Nuisance
Chapter 29;    Negligence as a Tort
Chapter 30;    Defamation
Chapter 31;    Malicious Prosecution & Maintenance
Part III;    Compensatory Reliefs Available under Other Laws
Chapter 32;    Other Statutory Sources of Compensatory Relief
Part IV;    Consumer Protection Law
The Consumer Protection Act, 1986
Chapter I;    Preliminary
Chapter II;    Consumer Protection Councils
Chapter III;    Consumer Disputes Redressal Agencies
Chapter IV;    Miscellaneous
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Author Details
Dr. N. V. Paranjape
, M.A., LL.M., Ph.D. (Pol. Sc.) & Ph.D. (Law)
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