Damage and Liability in Tort

Damage and Liability in Tort. Often times, for a defendant to be held liable for a tort, the plaintiff must have suffered damage as a result of the conduct of the defendant. Where damages has been proved by a plaintiff, then the test of reasonable foreseeability it remoteness of damage will be applied to determine… Continue reading Damage and Liability in Tort

Tort and Crime Distinguished

Tort and Crime Distinguished. Crime is nothing but doing something wrong. Specifically, in this case, the impact is on the society in general. There are special cases or acts which are a crime under the state legal system. In case, a person does any of the act, the law will take necessary decisions of punishment… Continue reading Tort and Crime Distinguished

Tort and Contract

Tort and Contract. Contract law is the body of law that deals with contracts, written, oral, express and implied. Tort law is the law that deals with the legal theories of negligence and strict product liability. However, contract law Vs tort law, broadly speaking both are branches of civil law. They define how a person… Continue reading Tort and Contract

Law of Tort

Law of Tort. A tort, in common law jurisdiction, 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. It can include intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, financial losses, injuries, invasion of privacy, and many other things. Tort is… Continue reading Law of Tort