mandamus – we command

"A writ issued by a court to compel performance of a particular act by lower court or a governmental officer or body, to correct a prior action or failure to act." INTRODUCTION In India, Articles 32 and 226 of the Constitution empower the Supreme Court and High Court to issue writs in cases where the... Continue Reading →

wages and salary – meaning and difference

INTRODUCTION Wages and salaries are sources of money earned from human labour. Wages and salaries technically cover all compensation paid to employees for physical or mental activity, but they do not represent self-employment revenue. Total labour costs may include goods like cafeterias or meeting spaces that are maintained for the convenience of employees, therefore they... Continue Reading →

duties of a trustee

INTRODUCTION As the topic of my topic suggests I have majorly talked about the duties of a trustee in terms of Indian Trusts Act 1882. However before diving deep into I have discussed briefly about the standards applicable to a trustee. Hence I have categorized various duties of a trustee in terms of sections 11-22... Continue Reading →

The bishops candlesticks by norman mckinnel – review of the play

INTRODUCTION The Bishop's Candlesticks by Norman McKinnell is a well-known play. The drama "The Bishop's Candlesticks" has three main themes: love, kindness, and redemption. Norman McKinnel's play "The Bishop's Candlesticks" is based on a scene from Victor Hugo's play "Les Miserables." It's about how a small act of kindness can transform a condemned criminal into... Continue Reading →

grevious injuries : medico – Legal aspects

INTRODUCTION The legal term hurt refers to any person's bodily suffering, injury, or wound, as well as disease or infirmity. Common types of injury or harm include abrasion, bruising, laceration, fracture, dislocation, incised wound, stab wound, puncture, piercing wound, pistol wound, bomb blast wound, burn, and scald. Blunt, sharp, and pointed weapons, firearms, explosions, heat,... Continue Reading →

Different types of inflation

“Inflation is as violent as a mugger, as frightening as an armed robber and as deadly as a hit man.”- Ronald Reagan INTRODUCTION Inflation is frequently defined in terms of the reasons it is said to have. Inflation occurs when the quantity of money exceeds the supply of goods and services. Alternatively, budget deficit funding... Continue Reading →

implementing the United Nation’s policies in india

INTRODUCTION India's participation in the United Nations is also one of the country's foreign policy fundamentals. India was one of the founding members of the United Nations, signing the UN Charter in Washington on January 1, 1942, and also attending the momentous UN Conference on International Organizations in San Francisco from April 25 to June... Continue Reading →

preamble : internal aids to interpretation

“If the Constitution was a movie, the Preamble would be the trailer” INTRODUCTION The Act's main aims and reasons are contained in the preamble, which serves as an internal aid to interpretation. The rule of preamble interpretation is that when an enactment's wording is plain and unambiguous, the preamble has no role to play; but,... Continue Reading →

laws are principles enforced by court: a critical analysis

“Laws and principles are not for the times when there is no temptation: they are for such moments as this, when body and soul rise in mutiny against their rigour ... If at my convenience I might break them, what would be their worth?” ― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre INTRODUCTION Law is a common term that we... Continue Reading →

securities of bank loans

INTRODUCTION A bank should ensure that it will receive the loan back on time before issuing loans and advances. A borrower provides security to a lender in exchange for assurance that he or she will return the loan. Due to the high rate of default on loans, borrowers are required to deposit assets or provide... Continue Reading →

legal contours of restrain of trade agreements

INTRODUCTION- Section 27 of the Act makes agreements in restraint of commerce unenforceable. That is, any agreement prohibiting one individual from establishing or maintaining a trade or profession in exchange for a monetary reward is null and void. As a result, any arrangement that prevents a person from dealing in the manner or location of... Continue Reading →

socialisation and culture: inter-relationship

“I am not what I think I am, and I am not what you think I am. I am what I think you think I am.”-  Charles Horton Cooley ABSTRACT Socialization is the process by which we learn to adapt to the culture of others in order to create our own selves. Human babies are... Continue Reading →

joseph shine vs. union of india – case commentary

INTRODUCTION In India, adultery was sanctioned by patriarchy and male chauvinism. A guy who has sexual intercourse with a woman who is the wife of another man is guilty of this crime. And if the spouse agrees or colludes in the conduct, it is no longer considered adultery. In the event that her husband commits... Continue Reading →

Know about an amazing poet: Robert Frost

“Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.” - Robert FrostABSTRACT Robert Frost was a poet from the United States who won four Pulitzer Prizes. “Fire and Ice,” “Mending Wall,” “Birches,” “Out Out,” “Nothing Gold Can Stay,” and “Home Burial” are... Continue Reading →

banking institutions and its kinds

ABSTRACT Global financial institutions play a crucial role in routing funds across countries and, as a result, in passing monetary policy from one country to the next. In this research, we investigate whether worldwide transmission is influenced by the business structures of financial organisations. We use secret supervisory data from the Netherlands, Spain, and the... Continue Reading →

effect of memorandum of Association and articles of association

Every registered company in India is required by law to have a Memorandum of Association and an Agreement of Association. However, while business registration is not required by law, it does come with a number of advantages. The Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) and the Articles of Association (AoA) are legal agreements that contain a company's... Continue Reading →

inter faith marriages in india

“Encourage inter-caste/inter-religion marriages, & one day there will exist no religion except humanity...!” INTRODUCTION ‘Marriage’ is considered a sacred institution in our Indian subcontinent.  It is an integral part of our culture. India is such a diverse country, it is home to people of various religions and civilizations. When it comes to marriages in India,... Continue Reading →

public service commission

ABSTRACT The Case Studies that we will discuss will be based on Article 315 to 323 and Article 373 of the Indian Constitution, which deals with reports of public service commissions.  It shall be the duty of the Union Commission to present annually to the President a report as to the work done by the... Continue Reading →

vicarious liability of state : all you need to know

ABSRACTVicarious Liability refers to a situation where someone is held responsible for the actions or omissions of another person. in the field of torts, it is considered to be an exception to the general rule that a person is liable for his own acts only. It is based on the principle of qui facit per... Continue Reading →

public policy and contract: the recent trend

INTRODUCTION If a court finds that an agreement is against public policy, it is deemed illegal. In its fullest definition, the word "public policy" means that the courts may refuse to enforce a contract based on public policy reasonsThe courts' fundamental function is to enforce contracts; but, public interest considerations may cause the courts to... Continue Reading →

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