The word ‘tort’ has been derived from a Latin word ‘Tortus’ which means twisted. Therefore, tort law can be invoked when someone does something ‘twisted’ to you, in other words, tort is an act or omission which causes harm to someone. In such cases, the aggrieved party can seek remedies from the court of law for such wrongful act. The person who commits a tort is called the tortfeaser. The law of torts in India is primarily based on the common law principles. It encompasses a wide range of wrongful acts like negligence, nuisance, vicarious liability, strict and absolute liability, battery, assault, defamation, trespass, malicious prosecution etc.
The Certificate in Understanding the Law of Torts, aims to provide an overview of the law of torts in India vis-à-vis vicarious liability, negligence, nuisance, torts against human beings and property, liability based on fault, by means of video lectures by Scriboard Advocates and Legal Consultants, in association with Enhelion.
According to the law firm and our policy, the course fees will not be refunded.
WHAT WILL SET YOU APART?
Enrolling for the certificate programme will enable you to:
- Get a better understanding of the topics by being mentored by various practicing lawyers
- Get lifetime access to the recorded lectures which are stored in Enhelion’s database for any future reference
- Interact with the Enhelion team on one-to-one basis at various intervals
- Get assessed on the basis of online submission of assignment