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LIABILITY OF ELECTRICITY COMPANIES IN CASES OF ELECTROCUTION IN LAGOS.

INTRODUCTION

Electricity generation and distribution in Nigeria has come a long way. In 2005, the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act was enacted and the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) was established as an independent regulatory body for the electricity industry in Nigeria. 1,007 more words

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QLTS - Torts Law - 1:1 with private tutor

Study for your QLTS Tort module with your private tutor via SKYPE.

Need help to revise your TORT QLTS – MCT module. Your tutor is available to take you through the module on a 1:1 basis via Skype. 31 more words

OSCE

Smt. Nilabati Behera Alieas Lalita Behera Vs. State Of Orissa And Others

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

FULL BENCH

(Before: N. Venkatachala, J; J. S. Verma, J; A. S. Anand, J )

SMT. NILABATI BEHERA ALIEAS LALITA BEHERA — Appellant… 9,139 more words

CIVIL

Saheli, A Women's Resources Center, Through Ms Nalini Bhanot And Others Vs. Commissioner Of Police Delhi Police Headquarters And Others

An action for damages lies for bodily harm which includes battery, assault, false imprisonment, physical injuries and death. In cases of assault, battery and false imprisonment the damages are at large and represent a solatium for the mental pain, distress, indignity, loss of liberty and death. 2,779 more words

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Sharing Intimate Images

This has now been adjudged a crime on the internet in Australia. No more splashing your ex’s XXX’s on the iPhone. You’ll have to be content with yelling at each other in the street and writing mean things on toilet walls. 192 more words

Photography

Tortious Liability of Legal Professionals - Counsel to pay damages to their clients for breach of duty or negligence.

In England a distinction was made between barristers and other professional men and for a long time it was in usage that a barrister could not be sued by a client for negligence or breach of duty because a barrister’s services were deemed to be gratuitous and therefore he could not sue or even make a contract for his fees with a client or with a solicitor who represented the client and correspondingly a barrister could not be sued by a client for breach of duty or negligence. 1,421 more words

Law Of Torts