The Definition of Torts Torts are an action that wrongly causes harm to someone but that is not a crime and that is dealt with in a civil court. In other hand tort mean that, wrongful act, not including a breach of contract or trust, that results in injury to another's person, property, reputation, or the like, and for which the injured party is entitled to compensation.
Introduction Although the conflict of law issues in relation to family law cover three main areas, namely: (1) marriage; (2) matrimonial causes; and (3) children, the present chapter will focus only on the first one, that is, “Marriage”. When the court has to decide whether a marriage is valid, foreign elements may be involved: one or both of the spouses may be foreign, or the marriage may have been celebrated in a foreign country.
This subject deals with the relationship between the employers on one hand and employees on the other. It is a subject of immense theoretical interest because of the great variety of regulative techniques it employs and because in the study of this subject one so frequently comes up against the question of what are the true limits of effective regulation by the law
Every risk involves the loss of one or other kind. In older time, the contribution by the person was made at the time of loss. Today, only one business, which offers all walks of life, is insurance business. Owing to growing complexity of life, trade and commerce, individual and business firms and turning to insurance to manage various risks. Every individual in this world is subject to unforeseen uncertainties which may make him and his family vulnerable. At this place, on...