Restrictions on Surrender under Indian Law

Introduction In general, each state is having jurisdiction all over the persons residing in their territory but sometimes there may be cases when a person after committing a crime may move or run to any other country for saving himself. In such condition, the country from where the person has escaped finds itself helpless to... Continue Reading →

Ownership in Jurisprudence

Introduction Ownership refers to the relation that a person has with an object that he owns. It is an aggregate of all the rights that he has with regards to the said object. These rights are right in rem it means that they can be enforced against the whole world and not just any specific... Continue Reading →

Role of Director as an Agent of Company

Introduction A company is a legal person who is living only in the eyes of law. It is a formulation of law which lacks both body and mind. It cannot act on its own. It can act only through some human agency. Directors are those persons through whom company acts and does business. They are... Continue Reading →

 Concept of Industrial Dispute under Industrial Dispute Act,1947

Introduction An industrial dispute is not at all a good choice.  Outcomes of industrial disputes are   distant reaching, for they disturb the social, economic and political life of a country. In any dispute, stoppage of work due to strike or any other mode resulting in stoppage of work does not affect the employees or the... Continue Reading →

Res Judicata

Introduction  Res means “subject matter” and judicata means “adjudged” or decided and together it means “a matter adjudged”. In general words, the thing has been judged by the court, the issue before a court has already been decided by another court and between the same parties. Therefore, the court will dismiss the case as it... Continue Reading →

Concept of Deemed Owner under Income Tax Act, 1961

Introduction Income is taxable under the head ‘house property’ if it arises from a property consisting of any building or lands appurtenant thereto. For computation of income under this head, a house property is classified into three categories – let-out, self-occupied and deemed let-out house property. The income from a house property is computed on... Continue Reading →


India is a country with full of culture and tradition. In India, there are many religions other than Hinduism, such as Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, etc. There are people from many other religions residing in India like Muslims, Christians, and Parsis. In addition, casteism inside the religions is one of the major factors governing the policies... Continue Reading →

GUARDIANSHIP: Is The Child’s Best Interest Protected Under Hindu Law

Introduction The ancient texts of India have hardly discussed the concept of guardianship due to the durable familial structure in the Vedic society and resolute presence and powers of the Karta. Thus, there were hardly any laws on guardianship in India. The emergence of guardianship as a legal concept began from the advent of the... Continue Reading →

Mortgage: Types,Rights and Duties of Mortgagor

Introduction A mortgage is a kind of security given by the mortgagor for repayment of the loan to the mortgagee. Thus, if the borrower is unable to repay the loan or becomes insolvent, it protects the lender, as he acquires the right over the mortgaged property. Mortgagor and mortgagee are the parties who have an... Continue Reading →

Judicial Precedent: As a source of law

Introduction Judicial precedent is important source of law. It is a distinguishing feature of the English legal system because most of the common law is unwritten and owes its origin to judicial precedents. Precedents have a binding force on judicial tribunals for deciding similar cases in future. Judicial precedent is the source of law where... Continue Reading →

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