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Revocation of Offer under Indian Contract Act

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The word ContractŁ is defined under section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 as an agreement which is legally binding and is legal enforceable. So in order to establish a legally binding c...

Place Of Suing

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Today in this article we will discuss about the topic known as place of suing, which in simple terms known as place at which suits for specific types of property can be filed, suits under the C...

Uniform Civil Code: No Longer A Mere Hope?

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The Delhi High Court has stated: Uniform Civil Code ought not to remain a mere hope," highlighting the necessity for such a uniform civil code across the country. It said that persons fro...

Goa Civil Code And Not Uniform Civil Code

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Uniform Civil Code (UCC) is defined in our Constitution under Article 44 of Directive Principles of State Policy. It states that it is the duty of the state to secure for the citizens a Uniform...

Essentials of a Valid Contract

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In order to understand the essentials of a valid contract it is first necessary to understand the certain significant terms like the word ContractŁ has been defined under Section 2(h) of The In...

Why them?

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No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible. Ever. That's just how most of us have been engineered and count yourself in this lot because no matter how much you deny, you must have star...

Critical analysis of concept of exclusion and inclusion of civil jurisdiction

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Every matter that is presented to the court has to be adjudicated, there is not a single court to hear all the matters out, so the question arises that which matter shall be adjudicated by whic...

Critical Analysis of Judicial Settlement Under Section 89 of Code of Civil Pr...

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In each cultivated society there are two arrangements of laws that administer the lives of citizens: meaningful laws and procedural laws. While meaningful laws decide the rights and commitmen...

Sedition: A Tool To Suppress Dissent

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Recently, Uttarakhand High Court held that: Dissent suppressed under sedition law would make democracy week┬Ł[1], the court also added that: criticizing the government can never be sedition. Unles...

Dalpat Kumar v. Prahlad Singh, AIR 1993 SC

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This case deals with the grant of the temporary injunction and also talks about the powers of the court to impose such terms and conditions, which is in the nature of equitable relief. The cour...