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“...presents an interesting and fresh approach to the subject of the Tort Law and provides the reader with a clear, accessible and up to date overview of the entire field.” - Kerala Law Times
“The principles of law of torts have been presented succinctly and descriptively with case-law updated.” - Gujarat Law Reporter
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Table Of Contents:
PART I General Principles I. History, Meaning and Nature II. Definition and DiDistinctions III. Classification IV. Parties to a Tort . V. Conditions Negativiiviiving Liability VI. Vicarious Liability VII. Extinction of Liability VIII. Remedies
PART II Specific Torts IX. Trespass to the Person X Defamation Xi Malicious Prosecution, Abuse of Legal Process, Maintenance and Champmperty XII. Torts against Famimily Relations and Miscellaneous RiRights XIII. Trespass to Land and Reversion XIV. Trespass to Goods . XV. Torts against Business Interests XVI. Negligence XVII. Nuisance XVIII. Strict Liability XIX. Liability of the Occupipiers and Owners of Property XX. Liability for Animimals & Chattels XXI Economimic Torts . XXII. Inchoate Torts
Part III Statutory Compensation XXIII. Statutory Compmpensation
Part IV Consumer Protection Act, 1986 XXIV. Consumer Protection Act, 1986 . Subject Index