COMMUNICATION AND REVOCATION OF OFFER UNDER INDIAN CONTRACT ACT,1872

COMMUNICATION OF PROPOSAL/OFFER According to Section 4 of the Indian Contract Act 1872, The communication of a proposal is complete when it comes to the knowledge of the person to whom it is made. For example: A sent a letter to B offering  to sell his horse for Rs. 6000. Communication of offer is complete... Continue Reading →

TYPES OF PROPOALS/OFFERS

SPECIFIC OFFERS A specific offer is one that is made to a specific person or to specific class of people and has conditions that must be met in order for the offer to be accepted. For instance, P may offer to purchase a horse from R for Rs. 10,000. This is a particular offer that... Continue Reading →

PROPOSAL UNDER INDIAN CONTRACT ACT, 1872

INTRODUCTION From insurance plans to job contracts, contracts play an important role in our daily lives. Indeed, we enter into contracts without even thinking about it, such as when purchasing a movie ticket or installing an app. A contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties, whether oral or written. Individuals, businesses,... Continue Reading →

Rule of strict liability

INTRODUCTION The word tort derived from the Latin term ‘tortum’,which means ‘to twist’. It includes that conduct which is not straight or lawful , but, on the other hand, twisted, crooked or unlawful. It is equivalent to the English term ‘wrong’. Tort is a civil wrong which is redressible by an action for unliquidated damages... Continue Reading →

rule of absolute liability

In M. C. Mehta v. Union of India, the Supreme Court was dealing with allegations arising from the oleum gas leakage from one of Shriram Foods and Fertilizers Industries' units in Delhi on the 4th and 6th of December, 1985. One advocate practising in the Tis Hazari Court was said to have died as a result... Continue Reading →

ANALYSIS OF THE MAXIM RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR

INTRODUCTION The master-servant and employer-employee relationships are governed by different doctrines. These doctrines are sometimes used to assess a person's liability. The doctrine of Respondeat Superior, which is founded on the principle of vicarious liability, is one of these doctrines. MEANING OF THE MAXIM The maxim Respondeat Superior had its origin in the United States... Continue Reading →

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