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Tort is a special branch of Law which originated in:
The remedy in case of tort is:
Basically tort is a species of:
In the case of liablitiy of agent and principal, they become
Tort is a violation of:
Vis major is an:
Volenti non fit injuria implies:
A plaintiff in a tort action seeks:
The maxim ‘Damnum sine Injuria’ means:
The meaning of the maxim ‘Ubi jus ibi remedium’ is:
An employer is liable for the act of independent contractor based on the principle of
The Pigeon-hole theory, about the nature of tort, has been propounded by whom among the following?
The maxim ‘res ipsa loquitur’ is a:
Maxim ‘Res ipsa loquitur’ means …………………………………….
The terms Culpa lata and Culpa levis mean:
A corporation is considered as ___ in the eyes of law
The manufacturer’s liability principle was laid down in:
The ‘neighbor’ principle was laid down in the landmark case of:
The plaintiff, a lady visitor to a restaurant, was injured by the ceiling fan which fell on her. The reason for falling of the fan was a latent defect in the metal of the suspension rod of the fan. In an action against the defendant for negligence, he is:
The word “nuisance” is derived from:
Minority in torts is associated with the maxim ____
Tort of conspiracy occurs where:
The case of Abranth vs. North Eastern Rly. Co. is about:
“Mistake” is a good defence in tort of:
Which one of the following is not an element of the tort of malicious prosecution?
For the tort of ‘false imprisonment’, there should be:
One of the remedies for false imprisonment is:
Which among is not a implied principal agent relationship
The nature of joint tortfeasors liability is:
Reasonable foresight as test to determine remoteness of damage’ was laid down in:
In which case, the principle of absolute liability was laid down?
Causa Causans means:
Ordinary damages are also called:
What are the essentials of battery?
The rule of strict liability was laid down in Rylands vs. Fletcher by:
Claim on the basis of ‘No fault liability’ can be made under:
The rule of “strict liability” was propounded in the case of:
Hazardous activities that attract absolute liability are those activities, which are:
The rule in Rylands vs. Fletcher does not apply when the escape is due to:
If the servant commitss any excessive or gross mistake while doing any act authorised by the principal
The “Absolute liability” theory as the basis for liability in tort for industrial injuries was propounded by:
Planting a tree on another’s land is _______
Master is not vicariously liable for the tort of his:
In which of the following cases distinction between sovereign and non-sovereign functions was made:
Defamation by writing is called:
What was the Indian case law that followed the test of reasonable foresight ?
The element of malice:
In which of the following cases, Lord Wilberforce opined that “It is necessary to consider three elements inherent in any claim for nervous shock: the class of persons whose claim should be recognized, the proximity of such persons to the incident and the means adopted by which shock is caused”?
In a partnership firm a partner is liable for the tort of