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What Is The Validity Of The Unused Stamp Papers

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It is common knowledge that the purchasers purchase stamp papers from the Government Treasury/duly authorised agents/stamp vendors or obtain e-stamp paper online for the purpose of execution of...

Replication in Commercial Dispute Cannot Be Filed Beyond 45 Days of Receipt o...

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This case examines the legal implications of failing to file a replication within the prescribed 45-day limit in commercial disputes, with reference to the Delhi High Court (Original Side) Rule...

No Argument Can Be Advanced Which Are Beyond The Pleadings

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This article examines a rent control revision petition filed under Section 25-B(8) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958, challenging the judgment of the Additional Rent Controller (ARC). The pet...

Validity of Agreements restraining Liberty as per Indian Contract Act, 1872

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The right to Liberty, to live life as per one's own wises, is one of the fundamental rights necessary for the development and progress of humanity. Part of the First generation of Human rights,...

When Injunction Cannot be Granted by the Court

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Section 41 of the Specific Relief Act, 1963 delves into the discretionary power of courts when it comes to granting injunctions. An injunction, a powerful legal tool, serves as a court order pr...

Intention To Create A Legal Relationship

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Any agreement that is enforceable by law is called a contract. This means that the contract is a legally binding agreement between two parties that outlines their obligations to perform or refr...

Exams, Test For Eligibility, Or A Joke Of Education

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Henry Fischel the man behind thought of exams the person which every student in us hates but why? He didn't get the thought to use the exams as a tool to bind a free man to this machine world i...

Affidavit: Essential Guidelines for Preparation

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An affidavit is a written statement made under oath, which is then sworn or affirmed before an oath commissioner or another authorized individual. This document serves as a declaration of the t...

Understanding the Damages under Indian Contract Act, 1872

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The Latin maxim 'Ubi jus, ibiremedium' denotes 'where there is a right, there is a remedy'. In the world of contracts where people agree to do certain things it's important to have ways to make...

International Commercial Contract in India: Challenges and Solutions

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A contract[1] is a formal agreement established between two or more parties, which holds legal enforceability and creates a set of obligations and responsibilities for each party involved. This...