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Law of Torts [Including Law of Consumer Protection and Compensation under the Motor Vehicle Act]

Law of Torts [Including Law of Consumer Protection and Compensation under the Motor Vehicle Act]

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  • Author(s): Anil K. Nair
  • Brand: Aparna Publications
  • Edition: Latest Edn.
  • Approx. Pages 177 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 27 x 21 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Contents
Law of Torts

1.    Introduction
2.    Definition of Tort
3.    Essential of Tort
4.    Relevancy of Evil Motive
5.    Distinction between Tort and Crime
6.    Distinction between Tort and Breach of Contract
7.    Pigeon-hole Theory
8.    General Defences
9.    Doctrine of Vicarious Liability
10.  Vicarious Liability of State
11.   Liability of Minors
12.  Liability of Insane Persons
13.  Liability of Teachers
14.  Joint Tort-feasors
15.  Assault, Battery and Mayhem
16.  False Imprisonment
17.  Defamation
18.  Deceit or Fraud
19.  Negligence
20.  Res Ipsa Loquitor
21.   Contributory Negligence
22.  Occupier's Liability for Dangerous Premises
23.  Rule of Strict Strict Liability
24.  Rule of Absolute Liability
25.  Liability for Keeping Animals
26.  Remotness of Damage
27.  Nervous Shock
28.  Malicious Prosecution 
29.  Nuisance
30.  Trespass to Land
31.   Trespass to Goods
32.  Detinue
33.  Conversion
34.  Malicious Falsehood
35.  Passing off
36.  Effect of Death of Parties
37.  How far Causing Death is Actionable in tort?
38.  Foreign Tort
39.  Heart Balm
40.  Remedies Available with Respect to a Tort
41.   Discharge of Tort
The Consumer Protection Act, 1986
1.    Introduction
2.    Who is a Consumer
3.    District Forum
4.    State Commission
5.    National Commission
6.    Consumer Protection Councils
Compensation under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988
The Kerala Torts (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1976
The Fatal Accidents Act, 1855
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Author Details
•   Anil K. Nair
, Advocate, High Court of Kerala.
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