Latin topics are very interesting to write on.
West's digest topics that would be used in res ipsa loquitur are persons or things.
It [the disorder] speaks for itself is the meaning of 'res ipsa loquitur' in terms of psychoses. In the word by word translation, the noun 'res' means 'thing'. The intensive pronoun 'ipsa' means 'itself'. The deponent verb 'loquitur' means 'it speaks'.
He speaks from a twist of the thing itself
A. shifts to the defendant
res ipsa loquitur
res ipsa loquitur - the thing (matter ) explains itself. It is self evident. respondeat [superior]: let [the master] answer - the employer is liable for the actions of an employee
The term 'res ipsa loquitur' is a latin phrase that is used in the court of law to describe when a person has been harmed by negligence. The phrase literally means "the thing speaks for itself". Or in other words it is evident that a person was harmed by another failing to use caution or being careless.
This literally means, "It (thing) speaks for itself" or it is self evident, explanatory
In the normal course of events, the accident wouldn't have happened if reasonable care had been used.
Neil Rodney Cameron has written: 'Res ipsa loquitur' -- subject(s): Dissertations, Res ipsa loquitur doctrine, University of Toronto, University of Toronto. Faculty of Law
Res ipsa loquitur (the thing speaks for itself), a doctrine in tort law, can establish a prima facie (evidence that sustains a judgment in the absence of contradictory evidence) case. It is not clear what you are asking in your question about "inland disputes" (definition?).
No. There is no analog to res ipsa loquitor in Continental Law.