Anand & Sastri's the law of torts

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Law Book Co., 1960 - Law - 647 pages
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Contents

Page
xxxiv
Lyons and Co Ltd 472 473
xxxvi
Foreword
xxxvii
Colic and Sheffield Transport
xlii
Abdul Gharfar Khan v GoLuI Prasad
xlix
201
l
CHAPTER I
1
Damage as an element in torts
12
Liability for negligent nonperformance
278
Liability for negligent misstatements
279
Interest protected
280
Section 4
288
Standard of care
289
Skill 0
290
Physical attributes
291
Intellectual and emotional characteristics
292

Inevitable accident
18
Summary re assumption of risk
34
Clydesdale Bank v Paton 217
35
Statutory authority
41
Section 3
43
A species of a civil wrong
47
Battery
55
Thompson
58
Section 6
59
Unprivileged use of insulting or indecent language
61
Section 2
63
Conclusion
69
Residuary Trespasses 12 General
73
Interference with family relationship
74
Enticement
75
Adultery
76
Bell
77
Alienation of affection of children and parents
78
Interference with servant
79
Section 7
80
Death
81
Arrest without warrant
82
Discipline
83
CHAPTER III
84
Subsection
86
Jus tertii in trespass to chattels
87
Plaintiffs title
88
Harm must ensue to thr movable property
89
Remedy
90
Measure of damages
91
Specific restitution
92
General
93
Taking possession
95
Abusing possession
96
Finding of chattels
97
Intention
98
Conversion by bailee
99
Conversion by agent or servant
100
Conversion by purchaser of goods
101
Conversion by misdelivery against one other than the bailor
102
Conversion by bailee by use or appropriation
103
Conversion by confusio etc
104
Demand must be reasonable
105
Conversion by mortgagor or conditional vendee
106
Conversion of shares in a company
107
Measure of damages
108
Measure of damages in cases of limited interests
110
Effect of judgment in action of conversion
111
Subsection
112
Public necessity
113
Abuse of authority
114
Abatement of nuisances
115
Remoteness of damage
116
Subsection
118
Trespass above the surface of land
119
Trespass below the surface
120
Subsection
121
Measures of damages
122
Damages recoverable by possessor and reversioner
123
Consent
124
Authority of law
125
Trespass by tenantsincommon
127
Abatement of private nuisance
128
Section 3
129
Nuisance and negligence
131
Nuisance and trespass
132
Relation of nuisance to the rule in Rylands v Fletcher
133
Subsection
134
Essentials of nuisance
135
Whiteway 192
139
K v Sara Bibi 542
141
Blundy Clark Co v L and N E Ry
142
Legislative prohibition and regulation
149
Remedies
150
CHAPTER IV
152
Malicious institution of a civil suit
154
Initiation of criminal proceedings
155
Favourable termination of proceedings
159
North Eastern Ry
162
Damages
165
Section 7
167
Damage
171
Consolidated Co v Curtis 94 96100
182
Ward 188 1S4 196 197 198
188
Birmingham Waterworks Co 308 337
196
Admiralty Cowcs v S S Volute
200
Forbes 589
204
28
208
33
211
CHAPTER VI
215
Enfield Rolling Mills Ltd 579
216
37382
217
Statement of intention and promises
222
Duty to make inspection or make enquiries
228
Business torts
233
Passingoff Unfair Competition
238
Raynolds 108
239
Trade Marks
240
367
245
Manner of interference
246
Interference otherwise than inducing breach
247
Motive and intent
248
Section 4
250
Section 5
251
Section 6
252
Purpose of combination
253
Mixed purposes
254
Justification
255
Meaning of copyright
256
Ownership of copyright
257
Reproduction of a substantial part
258
Intention
259
Infringement
263
Remedies for infringement
265
CHAPTER VIII
266
able man
267
Factors for determining whether conduct is negligent
268
Conduct in emergencies
270
Elements of cause of action
271
Section 2
272
Omissions as opposed to acts
275
Reliance
276
Licensees on dangerous premises
277
Utility of defendants conduct
293
Conduct in emergencies
294
Account must be taken of the conditions and conduct of others or common practice
295
Anticipation of negligent conduct
296
Carriers
297
Care required of a motorist to his guest
298
Statutory standards
300
To entitle recovery risk must fall within the purview of the statute
301
Section 5
304
Breach of duty of care
308
Absolute statutory duties
310
Section 6
311
Causation in fact
312
Apportionment of damages
313
Proximate cause
314
Foreseeability of result
315
Direct cause
328
Conclusion
332
Intervening forces
333
Nonculpable intervening forces
334
The last wrongdoer doctrine
337
Assessment of damages
342
Elements of damage
344
When the plea of assumption of risk is not to be considered
348
Comprehension of the risk
349
Cases of Master and Servant
352
Express assumption of risk
353
Section 8
357
Rationale
359
Appraisal of contributory negligence
360
Scope of the risk
361
Butterfield Lewis Ltd
363
Conduct constituting contributory negligence 63 General
365
Children and persons subject to some deficiency
367
Breach of statutory duty
368
Imputed contributory negligence
369
CHAPTER IX
372
Persons subject to liability
373
Persons protected by the restrictive rules as to duty
374
Section 2
376
Condition of premises
379
Conditions near highway
381
Trespassing children
382
Active intervention
383
Section 3
385
Condition of premises
386
Active intervention
389
Concealed dangers
390
Passengers in cars
391
Section 4
392
Duty to the invitee
394
Warning of danger
398
191
402
CHAPTER X
415
Bo water v Rowley Regis Borough
425
CHAPTER XI
427
General
430
Scope of the rule
439
Cooke 120
446
Tyne Tees SteamShippinc
448
Survey of the limitations and qualifications of the rule
450
Recovery for
456
Corke J42 457 496
457
Animals
464
Scope of liability
472
Box Sius v Goblet Freres 203
475
Dangerous goods
478
Liability to immediate transferees of the goods
483
CHAPTER XIII
489
111
491
General
496
andL Caterers v D Ajou 177 213 531
503
Compulsory insurance
515
Labour Chere 206
516
Extrahazardous activities 360
520
Collateral negligence
521
AttorneyGeneral v
522
OFFICERS OF THE STATE
526
Bradford Corporation v Pickles 47138
530
Unincorporated Associations
532
Thompson
535
Liability of joint torfeasors
538
Section 8
541
Thomson and
546
Torts capable of waiver
547
The Law of Limitation
549
Subrogation
550
CHAPTER XV
552
Distinction between damages in contract and in tort
553
Dual role of damages in tort
554
Damages must be assessed and recovered once for all
555
Second suit maintainable if the injury is a continuing one
556
The principle of compensation
557
Kinds of damages
558
Ordinary or substantial damages
559
Exemplary or vindictive damages
561
Holmes 464 467 471
564
Parasitic damages
567
Depreciation in value
568
Measure of damage
571
Brown 496 511
575
Chicago St P M
580
Duty to mitigate damages
581
Remoteness of damage
582
Novus actus interveniens
584
Novus actus of plaintiff
585
Concurrentcause
586
Failure of novus actus interveniens
587
Relief by injunction is discretionary
588
Interests of third persons
589
Patents
590
CHAPTER XVI
591
Substance and Procedure
593
Proof of foreign law
594
Conditions requisite for maintainability of an action
595
The Law in India
599
Torts on or in relation to ships
600
Torts on aircraft
601
Defamation Disparagement Privacy
602
Index
605
Bare
606
130
635
484
642

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