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Damnum Sine Injuria [Complete Notes With Case Laws]

Damnum Sine Injuria Damnum Sine Injuria means damage without injury(infringement of legal rights).In other words,Causing of damage,however substantial,to another person is not actionable in law unless there is also a violation of legal rights.Therefore,there will be no compensation for the plaintiff,if he has not suffered any legal injury. Leading Case Laws For Damnum Sine Injuria […]

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General Defences in Torts Law Notes pdf With Case Laws

General Defences in Torts Law includes : Volenti Non Fit Injuria ( Defence of Consent ) Plaintiff the wrongdoer Inevitable Accidents Acts of God Private Defence Mistake Necessity Statutory Authority 1. VOLENTI NON FIT INJURIA (With All Famous Case Laws) The very first defence that comes under the General Defences in Torts Law is Volenti […]

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Injuria Sine Damnum ( Complete Notes pdf With Famous Cases )

Injuria Sine Damnum Injuria Sine Damnum means injury of legal rights without damage.In other words,infringement of an absolute private right without any actual loss or damage(Here physical damages or actual loss means loss or damage in terms of health,money,etc.).Therefore,plaintiff will compensated if his legal rights are violated even though there is no actual damage/loss is […]

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Malicious Prosecution Complete Notes pdf ( With All Famous Case Laws ) : Law Of Torts

What Is Malicious Prosecution ? Malicious Prosecution is defined as a judicial proceeding instituted by one person against the another, from wrongful or improper motive, without any reasonable and probable cause to justify it. Malicious Prosecution consists in instituting unsuccessful criminal proceedings maliciously without reasonable and probable cause. When such prosecution causes actual damage to […]

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Trespass to person : Assault, Battery and False Imprisonment in Torts Law ( Complete Notes pdf )

Trespass to person can be categorized into assault, battery and false imprisonment.  Assault in Torts Law Assault is defined under section 351 of Indian Penal Code. An assault is an act which intentionally causes another person to apprehend the infliction of the immediate, unlawful force on a person. Important ingredients to prove assault :  Apprehension […]

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Law Of Torts Notes With Cases Pdf [ Complete Notes For BALLB & BBALLB ]

Law Of Torts “Law of Torts”,The word TORT is derived form the Latin word “TORTUM” that means “TWISTED”.It can be related to the English word “WRONG”. Meaning Of Tort : In very simple words,Whenever a wrong doer violates some legal rights vested in another person,it is simply said a tort.For Example : Violation of a duty […]

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