Vol. 3, Issue 6 (2017)
Schema of justice management in strengthening rule of product liability
Author(s): Muralikrishna Kanala
Abstract: The concept of liability from the point of contemporary jurisprudence is treated as something done in return for the wrong done. In other worlds it allows the sufferer to be remedied for the loss sustained. But in many case, sufferer is not provided equivalent remedy for the actual loss due to various reasons particularly legislative and judicial silence. As a general rule, in India, the principles of English Law have been deemed to be applicable if they are in consonance with the rules of justice, equity and good conscience suitable to Indian conditions. In India the rule of ‘product liability’ is a broad but inchoate subject as all components of the law in it are intertwined therefore, it is difficult to contemplate one part without having examined the whole genus of jurisprudence of liability. Product Liability arises from the damages caused by defective products or services for which relating consumers and their rights area to be tuned legislatively and judicially. The author of this paper tries to highlight the need and necessity of justice management in strengthening the rule of product liability with suggestions for this.