Law of Torts & Consumer Protection

3-Yr LL.B. - Mumbai University
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About this course

Torts are civil wrongs.  They are acts done by one that cause injury or harm to another. The Law of Torts does not originate in an Act, and there are no delegated legislation like rules and regulations. It is born and has evolved out of decisions of Courts.  Torts can be intentional, or out of negligence.  There are also torts that attract "strict liability", ie, the person is liable, whether or not he intended to do harm or wrong.  This paper also covers the Law of Consumer Protection. While the Consumer Protection Act was first passed in 1986, in 2019, a successor-Act was passed, which is equipped to deal with issues arising in an increasingly digitized world.

What you’ll learn
  • check Development of law of torts in India
  • check Remedies. Damages
  • check Types of torts
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