Equality before Law and Equal Protection of Law
|Torts and Consumer Protection|
|Written by Hanumant's Law Journal|
|Tuesday, 08 September 2009 01:28|
Law of Torts and Consumer Protection Laws
Q. 1 Define Tort and Law of Torts. Discuss its nature. How many kinds of Torts are there? What are its various ingredients? What conditions must be satisfied before a liability in Tort arises? "A tort is a civil injury but all civil injuries are not Torts". Explain. Distinguish between Tort and Crime.
Q. 3 What are the torts relating to the absolute liability? What are its kinds? What is Ryland vs Fletcher rule? What are its exceptions? Is this rule applied in India in present circumstances? If not, why?
Q. 4 How can liability in Torts be discharged? Explain various judicial remedies that are available to a plaintiff in an action of tort. Are there any extra judicial remedies too? If so, enumerate them. What are the general types of damages available in cases of Torts? Explain with examples. What is the doctrine of remoteness of damages? Discuss law on this point.
Q. 5 What are the aims and objects of the CPA, 1986? Describe the constitution, functions and the procedure of District Forum under the CPA. Explain the composition, jurisdiction, and powers of State Consumer Forum (State Consumer Redressal Comission) under CPA. What are the provisions of appeal under the CPA and before which authority an appeal lies against an order of an agency? Define and discuss the word "cunsumer" and "service" under CPA. Illustrate with cases.
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