injuria-sine-damnum

Injuria sine Damnum

This maxim ‘ Injuria sine Damnum ‘ is just opposite to the maxim ‘ damnum sine injuria’ . The word ‘ damnum ‘...

De minimis non curat lex

The maxim de minimis non curat lex actually means that the law does not take any account of the trivial matters .
justification

Justification and Fair Comment

Defamation is categorised as felonious tort meaning thereby it is civil wrong as well as crime . One can take both the...
tort-crime

Difference Between Tort and Crime

Though the tort and crime , apparently , seem to be resemble to each other , there are differences in between the two ....

Law of Torts with Case Laws

The law of torts, also known as tort law, is a branch of civil law that deals with civil wrongs or injuries...

Law of Torts 1st Year CCSU Important Question

Law of Torts Q.1. DEFINE DEFAMATION AS TORT WITH ITS ESSENTIALS AND ALSO DISCUSS ITS EXCEPTION OR DEFENCES.

Difference Between Tort & Crime

Ques. Write down the difference between- Tort & CrimeAns. - Although both are right in rem though the following...

Discuss the rule of Strict Liability & Absolute Liability.

Ques. Discuss the rule of strict liability & Absolute liability. Ans. Strict liability - This is a famous rule of English...
ubi-jus-ibi-remedium

UBI JUS IBI REMEDIUM

The word ‘Jus’ means the legal authority to do or demand something, and the word ‘remedium’ means the right of action in a Court of law....
libel-slander

Distinguish between Libel and Slander

A libel is the publication of a false and defamatory statement , in permanent form , tending to injure the reputation of...