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This will injure her reputation and consequently the tort of defamation. That action, it is contended, would also amount ... double would result in the tort or defamation. Tort or defamation in the instant case is by association. The plaintiff
Bombay High Court
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2003 (2) BomCR 136
- F Rebello - Full Document
Anomalous as it may seem, the law of tort of defamation is different from the criminal law of defamation ... clearly wrong. He was misled by cases of tort for defamation or malicious prosecution in which civil suits for damages
Delhi High Court
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1983 CriLJ 48
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Delhi High Court Sh. Raghu Nath Pandey And Anr. vs Sh. Bobby Bedi And Ors
Delhi High Court
- Cites 16 - Cited by 0 - A Sikri - Full Document
both an action in crime and an action in tort. Defamation and malicious prosecution are such wrongful acts
Gujarat High Court
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(1995) 2 GLR 1158
- A Divecha - Full Document
under appeal is erroneous. 9. As against the tort of defamation, privilege is a matte if defence ... established by reason of privilege, no action in tort lies for defamation. 10. While considering such assertions, the Court
Bombay High Court
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AIR 1985 Bom 224
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tort of nuisance. Abuse may be the tort of defamation or slander but not the tort of nuisance
Calcutta High Court
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AIR 1952 Cal 773
- P Mukharji - Full Document
further contended that the Indian Law of Defamation as enacted in Sections 499 and 500 , Penal Code , is different from ... have no codified law relating to the tort of defamation, the English law prevails. Mr. K. S. Jayarama Iyer relied
Madras High Court
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AIR 1951 Mad 34
- G Menon - Full Document
Torts, Fourth edn., p. 819: K.G. Kale, the Law of Malicious Prosecution (1930), p. 8; Miner Defamation and Malicious ... Venkatesa Iyer, Law of Torts (1935). Ch. XXI. p. 498 and foll. D.N. Guha, Defamation and Malicious Prosecution
Madras High Court
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AIR 1957 Mad 646
- Ramaswami - Full Document
Venkatesa Iyer, Law of Torts (1935), Chapter XXI, page 498 and following, D. N. Guha, Defamation and Malicious Prosecution, page ... page 320; Venkatesa Iyer, the Law of Torts, page 501; Mitter, Defamation and Malicious Prosecution, page 223; K. G. Kale
Madras High Court
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(1957) 1 MLJ 79
- Ramaswami - Full Document
claim for damages for the tort of defamation. 18. Arunachalam, a senior member of the Tenkasi Bar was insulted, defamed ... libelous matter. 20. The quintessence of the tort of defamation is based on the distillation of case ? laws
Madras High Court
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