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In layman’s terms, vicarious means’ serving instead of someone or something else, and the term liability is defined in the Oxford dictionary as the state of being legally responsible for something. The term “vicarious liability” means the first party is partially being held liable for the wrongdoings of the third party. For example, a manager (first-party) is being held liable for the

As technology continues to advance, the use of autonomous systems is becoming more common in a variety of industries. From self-driving cars to autonomous drones, these systems have the potential to revolutionise the way we live and work. However, with this increased use of autonomous systems comes a range of legal liability issues that must be considered. One of

Space is everything outside the atmosphere of the blue planet- earth and it is an area of endless possibilities. All the celestial bodies and galaxies along with the Milky Way and everything undiscovered arenas of the unknown defined as Space. In short, space is a vacuum zone where no air to breathe or scattering of light takes place. Law on the other hand is the rule of the land. It is


The law of contempt is the subject of this article, along with the arguments against the idea of criminal contempt. It also addresses an advocate's ethical behaviour towards the court and if the subjective determination of what is criminal disobedience may be regarded as a breach of professional ethics in the legal profession.

The liability for a wrong committed by others is called vicarious liability, and according to Jowitt, Dictionary of Law, "a Vicor is the one who performs the functions of another and he/she acts as a substitute for the party who did commit the wrong." In simple words, vicarious liability arises and is imposed on the person with authority or any kind of command over the person who committed the wrongful act, and this is how the vicarious liability turns into a secondary liability. The liability

Antifragility is a concept introduced by Nassim Nicholas Taleb in his book “Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder.” It refers to the …


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