STRICT LIABILITY

There are situations when an individual could also be responsible for some harm albeit he’s not negligent in causing the … More

DEFAMATION

Defamation is injury to the reputation of an individual. If an individual injures the reputation of another, he does so … More

NUISANCE

A person in possession of a property is entitled to its undisturbed enjoyment as per law. However, if someone else’s … More

IRRETRIEVABLE BREAKDOWN THEORY

Irrespective of the three remedies available to parties that is: restitution of legal right, legal separation and divorce, the judiciary … More

TESTAMENTARY SUCCESSION

The Indian Succession Act 1925 includes characteristics of a legitimate Will, importance of getting a Will and the way Hindu … More

MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS

The merger control regime in India has completed 10 years of its enforcement. While as compared to the decades of … More

SUO MOTO COGNIZANCE

Suo Moto is derived from a Latin term which proposes an action taken by an agency, court or other central authority on … More

ABSOLUTE LIABILITY

The concept of absolute liability evolved in India after the case of M.C Mehta vs Union of India famously mentioned as Oleum … More

PRESIDENT’S RULE

Black law’s dictionary defines emergency “as a failure of the social organization to deliver reasonable conditions of life”. An emergency … More

ARBITRATION

Arbitration refers to Alternative Dispute Resolution [1](ADR) which is method for resolving disputes outside of the official judicial mechanisms. Arbitration … More

RTI

RTI (Right to Information) Act, 2005, which was enacted on 15 July 2005 and was enforced and incorporated after 120 … More

MARITAL RAPE

Marital Rape means a husband having sexual intercourse with his wife without her consent or by forcing and committing assault. … More

VICARIOUS LIABILITY

Vicarious Liability means the liability of a person for an act committed by another person and such liability arises due … More

NEGLIGENCE

We are aware that the Indian Law of torts is totally based on the English Common Law. Thus, the laws … More