LL.B Part-III: Law of Torts and Easement Past Paper Supplementary 2020

Here you will find LL.B Part-III Law of Torts and Easement Past Paper Supplementary 2020. This Law of Torts and Easement paper is the fifth paper in the LL.B (5 years) Part-III examination. Find below the past paper on the Law of Torts and Easement Supplementary 2020.

Note: Attempt FOUR Questions from Part-I and ONE question from Part ll. All questions carry equal marks.


Q1. What are the necessary requirements in a suit for malicious prosecution? Elaborate with the case of Abrath v North Eastern Railway company.

Q2. Explain six different ways of discharging a tort.

Q3. Not everyone has the capacity to sue for a tort. Who can and who cannot sue in tort?

Q4. Define Tort and explain what its functions are in society. Differentiate between ‘injuria sine Damnum and Damnum sine injuria’ in detail. Give examples.

Q5. Can an employer be held responsible for the torts of his employee? Is an employer also responsible for the torts of an independent contractor?

Q6. What are the different kinds of judicial remedies available in tort?

Q7. Differentiate between assault and battery and explain they’re essential requirements.

Q8. How do you determine the duty of care?


Q9. Write a detailed note on the disturbance of the easement.

Q10. Define easement and explain its kinds. Give statutory reference where relevant.

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