Author: Akash

The concept of the Law of Torts is to redress a wrong done to a person and provide relief from the wrongful acts of others. A tort is a civil wrong that causes a claimant to suffer loss or harm, resulting in legal liability for the person who commits the tortious act. Module – I Nature & Definition of Tort Module – II Negligence, Nuisance & Nervous Shock Module – III Defamation, Trespass, Malicious Prosecution Module – IV Strict, Absolute & Vicarious Liability Module – V Remedies under the Law of Torts Referred Books

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Article 1 of the Constitution of India Article 1 of the Constitution of India specifically deals with the name and territory of the Union. Article 1 of the Indian Constitution has been enumerated in Part – I The Union and Its Territories. This part of the Constitution of India contains the law establishment, renaming, merging or altering the borders of the States or Union Territories. It also defines the terms Union/Central Government/Government of India, States, Territory of India, Territory of State, Union Territories and Acquired Territories which are used frequently in the Constitution. Article 1 of the Constitution of India…

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Article 14 of Constitution of India – Right to Equality Article 14 of Constitution of India – Right to Equality deals with every person’s fundamental right to equality before the law, after, the Independence and until today our country cannot gain actual independence. Because in India, the evils like discrimination on the basis of caste, gender, race, creed, etc. still prevail in our country. Article 14 of Indian Constitution i.e. right to equality is added by the constitution framers as the fundamental right to citizens of our country and also other peoples from other countries. The basic concept of Article…

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Doctrine of Waiver in Indian Constitution Doctrine of Waiver in Indian Constitution involves waiving of rights. The Constitution of India guarantees fundamental rights to all its citizens. Doctrine of waiver is the right which includes; These fundamental rights are enumerated in Part – III of the Constitution of India. These fundamental rights will form the cornerstone of our democracy and any infringement can be challenged in the court of law. These fundamental rights are also known as the Magna Carta of India. However, in certain situations, individuals may choose to waive their fundamental rights voluntarily. This is the doctrine of waiver which…

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What is an Acceptance in Contract Law? What is an Acceptance in Contract Law? The Acceptance meaning and the essentials of valid acceptance are briefly explained in this article. Generally, the meaning of acceptance refers to one person’s compliance with the terms of an offer made by another. Acceptance is judged objectively, but can either be expressly stated or implied by the offeree’s conduct. The offer and acceptance play an important role in the formation of a contract. In this article, we will cover all important provisions relating the acceptance like What is Acceptance in Contract Law? the meaning of acceptance, essentials of valid acceptance, the legal rules of a valid acceptance in contract…

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What is an Offer in Law? What is an Offer in Law? The first and most important essential element of the contract is an offer and acceptance. Therefore, it is important to understand what is an offer in law? In this blog post, we will discuss what is an offer letter? and its rules for making a valid offer. An agreement arises when one party makes an offer to another and the other party to whom the offer is made, accepts it. In every case of a valid agreement, there is an offer and acceptance. Without an offer and acceptance, no agreement can be framed.…

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Ashby vs White Case Summary Ashby vs White, 1703 is a landmark case in the English Law of Torts. Also, Ashby vs White is also known as the “Election Case”. Moreover, it concerns the right to vote and the misfeasance of a public officer. Ashby vs White is the landmark case law explaining the violation of an absolute right in the Law of Torts that involves legal injury even if there was no physical damage. Ashby vs White is the case which states the importance of Fundamental Rights vested by U.K. Common Law. Ashby vs White is the case in which…

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Institution of Suit under CPC Institution of suit under CPC is the initial stage of the procedure of a civil suit. Institution of suit under CPC means presenting a plaint along with other documents before the court i.e. the institution of suit under CPC. Institution of suits and provisions relating to the institution of suits laid down under Section 26 and Order 4 of the Code of Civil Procedure Code, 1908. Institution of Suit under CPC – Section 26 The institution of suits is the primary stage of any civil proceeding in the suit. The provisions relating to the Institution…

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