Friday, July 7, 2017

The theory of ‘absolute liability’ establishes the liability of the State arising out of the performance of certain activities which are lawful but create serious risks. This approach is the objective responsibility concept which maintain that the liability of the stat...

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Simply stated the rule of strict liability makes the defendant liable for accidental harms caused without any intentions and negligence on part. In other words, sometimes the law recognizes ‘no fault’ liability. The undertakes of hazardous or dangerous activities have...

Thursday, July 6, 2017

“The rule Ryland and Fletcher evolved the 19th at the time when all these development of science and technology had not taken place…. We have to evolve new principles ad lay down new norms which would adequately deal with the new problems which arise in highly industri...

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Difference in the rules for Strict and Absolute Liability

Ryland Rule 1. The Rylands rule requires non-natural use of land by defendant and escape from land of the thing which causes.

M.C. Mehta Rule 1. The rule in M.C. Mehta is not dependent on these conditions (However...

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