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proviso. 17. Section 124A lays down strict liability or no fault liability in case of railway accidents. Hence ... fault. 18. The theory of strict liability for hazardous activities can be said to have originated from the historic judgment
Supreme Court of India
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Singh , . 12. Moreover, in our opinion, the principle of strict liability will apply in this case. 13. The theory ... strict liability for hazardous activities can be said to have originated from the historic judgment of Blackburn, J. in. Rylands
Delhi High Court
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Article 120 applies and whether the rule of strict liability as enunciated in Rylands v. Fletcher' and as modified ... Article 120 applies?; and (2) Whether the rule of strict liability as enunciated in Rylands v. Fletcher' and as modified
Supreme Court of India
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Rylands v. Fletcher (1886) LRI Ex 265 of strict liability was relied upon. The decision further expanded ... which included a private individual. 14. The issue of strict liability was the subject matter of a recent prouncement
Delhi High Court
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public at large. Under the principle of strict liability, the Board becomes responsible for the act of stranger in such ... cast on such person is known, in laws, as "strict liability". It differs from the liability which arises on account
Madhya Pradesh High Court
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wholly irrelevant and made no difference to his liability. [163B-D]. 124 In the absence of any statutory requirement ... defeated and its exclusion enables those put under strict liability by their act or omission to assist the promotion
Supreme Court of India
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Gujarat High Court New India Assurance Co. Ltd. vs Takhuben Raghabhai And Ors. on 30
Gujarat High Court
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original defences and procedure remained more particularly of strict liability. It was necessary for the claimants to prove negligence ... also quoted the following from Chapter 15 on " Strict Liability"; " Once established the fault theory struck deep roots. It stimulated
Gujarat High Court
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remedy available in public law based on strict liability for contravention of fundamental rights to which the principle of sovereign ... such rights, and such a claim based on strict liability made by resorting to a constitutional remedy provided
Delhi High Court
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cast on such person is known, in law, as "strict liability". It differs from the liability, which arises on account ... such consideration is not relevant in cases of strict liability where the defendant is held liable irrespective of whether
Orissa High Court
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