Tag: law of torts

Removal of Public Nuisance: Section 133 of CrPC

By Soumik Chakraborty Editor’s Note: The author attempts to analyze Section 133 of the Code of Criminal Procedure which deals with the procedure for removal of public nuisance and process thereof along with the analysis of few case laws. Introduction Conditional order—Section 133 provides for a rough and ready procedure […]

Vicarious Liability of State

By Subhyanka Rao, RMLNLU Editor’s Note: Vicarious liability refers to a situation where someone is held responsible for the actions or omissions of another person. In the field of Torts, it is considered to be an exception to the general rule that a person is liable for his own acts […]

General Defenses In Torts

By Aditi Agarwal, NUALS Editor’s Note: The writer goes into detail with respect to the term defense and its meaning. She describes defence as conventionally used to refer to arguments used to persuade the court to conclude that the defendant is not to be blamed, whether the case is that of […]