Tort law in india is a relatively new common law development supplemented by codifying statutes including statutes governing damages while india generally follows the uk approach there are certain differences which may indicate judicial activism hence creating controversy tort is breach of some duty independent of contract which has caused damage to the plaintiff giving rise to civil cause of action and for which remedy is available if there is no remedy it cannot be called a . Law of torts in india introduction one moment you are walking on the road and the other you slip into the pit left open by the municipal development of law of torts in india to deal with the malicious behavior of the people tort existed in hindu and muslim types of torts in order to commit . The law of tort in india is developed and evolved from the law of torts in uk most popularly known as aeuroejudge made lawaeur this law does not come from a statute and is not codified irrespective of this it has been in existence over a number of years however the instances for cases under tort have been reducing compared to the number of cases under tort law filed in the uk and usa the tort litigation in india is low although a helpful form of law many reasons can be attributed . Law of torts in india the law of torts in india is a body of law that addresses and provides remedies for non contractual acts of civil wrongdoings a person suffering legal damage may be able to use tort law to receive compensation for those injuries from someone who is legally responsible or liable the law of torts in india is a relatively new common law development supplemented by codifying statutes including statutes governing damages while india generally follows the uk approach . Nature and scope of law of torts in india a difference between crime and tort being a civil injury tort differs from crime in all respects in which a civil a resemblance between crime and tort there is however a similarity between tort and crime at a primary level in b tort and
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