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Case Study: S Bhaskaran v/s Sebastian

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The case was an instant appeal of the order passed by the high court of Madras in the case of Sebastian v/s Ks Jeganathan Which sets aside the order of the civil city court. Subject Matte...

Essential of Guarantee

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It is a contract to perform the promise or discharge the liability of a third person in case of his default. The guarantee is given by the surety to the creditor in respect of the principal deb...

Standard from of contract: Legal or Illegal?

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Generally speaking, standard contracts are imbibed with the common 'take it or leave it' clauses. In such situations, the other party has almost no power to negotiate the terms laid down in the...

Food Security In The Era Of Globalization

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This paper contends that examines food security call attention to fundamental antagonism at the heart of the globalization project. The prodigy of globalization is having vital impact food syst...

Agency Contracts Explained with Reference to Ratification and Doctrine of Rel...

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Section 182 of ICA defines Agency- A contractual relationship between an Agent and a Principal where the powers are vested with the agent to act in a manner to establish the contractual relatio...

Overview Of Force Majeure In India In Times Of Covid-19

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The Indian Contract Act, 1872 proclaims under section 37 that: The parties to a contract must either perform, or offer to perform, their respective promises, unless such performance is dispens...

Law Of Partnership: Nature And Definition

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Partnership is a form of business organization in which two or more persons come together to carry out business. A partnership can be thought of as the development of a sole proprietorship in w...

Contract of Bailment

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Bailment: Meaning The word Bailment has got its origin from a French word baillier which means - to deliver. According to section 14, a delivery of goods,with a condition to return,when the pu...

Inherent Powers Of Court Under Code Of Civil Procedure 1908

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The inherent power of the court is that which is inherent in a court by the very fact of its being empowered to exercise any jurisdiction at all so that it comes within the express sense of the...

Provisions Relating To First And Second Appeal Against Original Decrees Laid ...

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Normally, one cannot except the final decision in the case. It is natural that any error of law or procedure might have crept in. for removing such errors, there is one method of appeal. Provis...