The word ‘tort’ is a ____________ equivalent of English word ‘wrong’.
The word tort is derived from Latin language from the word __________
Who has given this statement: “Tort is a civil wrong for which the remedy is a common law action for unliquidated damages and which is not exclusively the breach of a contract or the breach of a trust or other merely equitable obligation.”
Who has given this statement: “Tort is an infringement of a right in rem of a private individual giving a right of compensation at the suit of the injured party.”
Which of the statements is correct?
The act itself creates no guilt in the absence of a guilty mind. Which maxim is this?
Causing damage, however substantial to another person is not actionable in law unless there is also a violation of a legal right of the plaintiff. Which maxim is this?
Act of trespassing upon another’s land is actionable even though it has not caused the plaintiff even the slightest harm is covered under
A representation, attacking on the reputation of a person, made in some permanent form, e.g. written words, pictures, caricatures(cartoon), cinema films, effigy, statue and recorded words is
Which of the following is/are kind of Tortious Liability?
"If a person brings or accumulates on his land anything which, if it should escape may cause damage to his neighbours, he does so at his own peril. If it does not escape and cause damage he is responsible, however careful he may have been, and whatever precautions he may have taken to prevent damage." This ruling was given in
To apply the rule in Ryland v. Fletcher, which of the following condition/s is/are necessary?
Which of the following is not the exceptions to the Rule of Strict Liability?
Which statement is incorrect?
The driver of a petrol lorry, while transferring petrol from the lorry to an underground tank at a garage, struck a match in order to light a cigarette and then threw it, still alight on the floor. An explosion and a fire ensued. In this case, choose the most appropriate answer:
Touching a person in anger or without any lawful justification is
To point a loaded gun at someone is
An occupier may lawfully seize any cattle or any chattel which are unlawfully on his land doing damage there and detain them until compensation is paid for the damage. The right is known as