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P.S.A. Pillai's Law of Tort
by Abhinandan Malik
Edition: 9th Edition, Reprinted 2017
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Product Details:
Format: Paperback
Pages: 756 pages
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
ISBN: 9789351454960
Dimensions: 24.2 CM X 4.38 CM X 16 CM
Shipping Weight: 0.93311
Publisher Code: AC/496
Date Added: 2017-03-02
Search Category: Textbooks
Jurisdiction: Indian
Overview:

This excellent work has been popular amongst the academic community for almost fifty-four years now. It is today a prescribed text in most law school.

This book is scrupulously researched and well written. It is a meritorious contribution to the study of law of torts. Even given the fairly frequent references to foreign jurisprudence, this work remains predominantly Indian both in emphasis and content. It incorporates all the leading decisions in Tort Law. The learned revising author, Dr. Avtar Singh has now thoroughly updated the work and added fresh material throughout the book on 'Law of Statutory Compensation' and a fresh chapter has been added on Consumer Protection. Tort Law is fast developing in India and the author has successfully analysed the modern thinking in the judgments of our Indian Courts. An important case in points is the judgment of the Supreme Court in M.C. Mehta v. Union of India (1987) 1 SCC 395, which the author has discussed in length. The language and style of the author render the book engaging and make the subject interesting. The book has an exhaustive subject index for easy reference. The book is of immense use not only to students of law but also to the practicing lawyers. It is a valuable addition to any law library.

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  • Delhi Law Review:
    The book, besides discussing the general principles of tortious liability, capacity of parties and specific torts which one may come across in every book on torts, has separate chapters on foreign torts, right of privacy and injury to servitudes, thus giving new dimensions to the subject of torts. This book is scrupulously researched and well written. It is a meritorious contribution to the study of law of torts. It is highly recommended to all concerned as a valuable treatise on the subject and a valuable addition to the existing literature.
  • MALAYA LAW REVIEW ::
    The book is extensive in scope and the author evinces a tangible fascination for his subject. Even given the fairly frequent references to foreign jurisprudence, this work remains predominantly Indian both in emphasis and content, and the sheer volume of Indian case law examined means that the book must prove valuable to anyone requiring an Indian perspective on tort law.
  • Gujarat Law Reporter :
    ...he (the author) discussed all the important subjects in this book which we cannot find in any other book on the subject. The cases on each and every subject have been cited. Important old cases are given due place. The book is useful to the students of law upto LL.M and also to the Junior advocates who are entering into the Bar.
  • COCHIN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW:
    The book has an exhaustive subject index for easy reference. The book is of immense use not only to students of law but also to the practising lawyers. It is a valuable addition to any law library.

Table Of Contents:

1. Scope of the Law of Torts .

2. General Principles of Liability

3. Classification of Torts: Specific Torts

4. Wrongs to Person

5. False Imprisonment

6. Defamation

7. Trespass to Land

8. Trespass to Goods

9. Deceit and Negligent Misstatement

10. Remoteness of Damage

11. Novus Actus Interveniens and Nervous Shock

12. Negligence

13. Contributory Negligence

14. Nuisance

15. Injury to Servitudes

16. Cases of Strict Liability

17. Animals

18. Dangerous Chattels

19. Liability of Occupiers of Dangerous Lands and Structures

20. Duty to Children

21. Economic Torts

22. Interference with Freedom of Contract and Business-Intimidation

23. Slander of Title or Injurious Falsehood

24. Passing off

25. Abuse of Legal Procedure

26. Miscellaneous and Doubtful Torts—Franchise

27. Right of Privacy

28. General Defences

29. Capacity of Parties

30. Master and Servant

30. Master and Servant

31. Joint Tortfeasors

32. Remedies

33. Damages

34. Successive Actions on Same Facts

35. Foreign Torts

36. Extra-Judicial Remedies

37. Discharge of Torts

38. Effect of Death of Parties in Torts 


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