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Law of Torts Notes for CLAT

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This page is dedicated to providing comprehensive law of torts notes and resources specifically tailored for aspiring law students preparing for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) in 2024.

The law of torts is a body of law that deals with civil wrongs, or torts. A tort is an act that causes harm to another person or their property.

The law of torts is important because it provides a way for people who have been harmed by the actions of others to get compensation.

Whether you are a beginner seeking a comprehensive introduction to the law of torts or aiming to strengthen your existing knowledge, these notes on the law of torts are here to support your journey.

CLATBuddy’s collection covers a wide range of CLAT law of torts topics, ensuring that you have access to the necessary resources to develop a well-rounded understanding of this crucial legal field.

We hope that these notes and resources empower you to build a solid foundation in CLAT notes on the law of torts.

Best of luck with your preparation for CLAT 2024!

Note: Access complete CLAT Legal Reasoning notes here.

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What are Torts?View Here
Civil vs. Criminal Wrongs: Understanding the DifferenceView Here
Injuria Sine Damnum and Damnum Sine InjuriaView Here
Different Types of TortsView Here
General Defences in Tort LawView Here
Defence of Volenti Non-Fit Injuria in TortsView Here
Defence of Plaintiff the Wrongdoer in TortsView Here
Defence of Inevitable Accident in TortsView Here
Defence of Act of God in TortsView Here
Act of Private Defence in TortsView Here
Mistake as a Defence in the Law of TortsView Here
Necessity as a Defence in Tort LawView Here
Statutory Authority as a Defence in Tort LawView Here
Nuisance in TortsView Here
Defamation in TortsView Here
Malicious Prosecution: Initiating a False Criminal CaseView Here
Trespass, Assault, and BatteryView Here
Tort of NegligenceView Here
Contributory Negligence in TortsView Here

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