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Bailment And Finder Of Goods As A Bailee Under Indian Contract Law

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When some goods are misplaced by the original owner and subsequently found and taken possession of by another person, various legal conundrums arise. The finder of these lost goods shouldn't ha...

Fundamentals of Pleading: Order-VI

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In the court of law, pleadings serve as the case's skeleton or its basis. Pleadings are specifically covered in Order VI of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and it talks about Pleadings in Gen...

Rejection of Plaint Order 7 Rule 11: Saleem Bhai v/s State of Maharashtra 2002

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Saleem Bhai And Others vs State of Maharashtra And Ors on 17 December, 2002, Appeal (civil) 8518 of 2002 AIR 2003 SC 759 Facts of The Case The appellant filed an application under order VII Ru...

Affidavit Order 19 Code Of Civil Procedure, 1908

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The term "affidavit" is not defined in the Code, it generally means "a sworn statement in writing made especially under oath or on affirmation before an authorised officer or Mag...

Principle Of Resjudicata Under Civil Procedure Code, 1908

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Section 11 of the civil procedure code, 1908 states the principle of Res Judicata. The principle of Res Judicata bars the subsequent suits by the same parties to prevent multiplicity of litigat...

Stages of Civil Trial

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To gauge a better understanding of how the courts function in our country, it is imperative for us to understand the several stages that goes to develop a uniform procedure that is followed by ...

Law Of Contract

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Breach of contract inherent power to terminate the contract without terminate clause A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two or more parties. Upon entering the contract, pa...

Electricity and Telegraph act

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Indian Telegraph act and Electricity ActFor the purpose of distancing state governments from tariff determination, The Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act was enacted in 1998. So as to reform ...

Order-IX

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Appearance and non-appearance of the parties is an important part of the suit which determines the result of the suit. The provisions of the code are based on the general principle that, as far...

Framing Of Issues

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"Issues are the backbone of a suit." Introduction The term "issue" in a civil case means a disputed question relating to rival contentions in a suit. It is the focal point of disagreement, ar...