The law of torts enables a person who has suffered any injury or harm to claim damages.
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The present article is to analyse the emergence of the doctrine of Absolute Liability with respect to the Rule of Strict Liability laid down in Ryland v Fletcher in 1866 and its development in the Indian perspective.
This article essentially offers a critical analysis of vicarious liability, with specific emphasis on employer-employee relationships.
Torts and criminal law have overlapped multiple times, generating a very comprehensive legal history and numerous legal philosophical questions.
Liability arises when a person is legally responsible for something. Usually, a person is responsible for the acts committed by him, however, in certain circumstances; a person can be made liable for the act committed by others.
Sovereign immunity is the concept that the State or the Sovereign cannot be held liable for any legal wrong and is immune from criminal prosecutions and civil suits.