Ownership

Ownership is a fundamental notion in law and has a significant impact on property. Ownership is a person’s fundamental entitlement … More

BAILMENT

Section 148 of the Indian Contract Act of 1872 defines a bailment as a specific contract. It comes from the … More

THE SCHOOLS OF MUSLIM LAW

There were no schools of Muslim law during the lifetime of Prophet Mohammed, and the principles of Muslim law were … More

International Law

International law also recognized with the name of Public international law and law of nations is a system of rules, … More

WASIYAT

A will, also known as a testament, is a legal declaration of a testator’s purpose with respect to his property … More

DAMAGES

The concept of contract damages is as old as contractual ties themselves. Damages have become increasingly important in economic transactions, … More

CONTRACT OF INDEMNITY

A contract of indemnity is a unique type of contract. The phrase “indemnity” signifies “security or protection against loss” or … More

Asylum

In international law, asylum is defined as a state’s protection of a foreign citizen against his home state. The person … More

NUISANCE AS A TORT

The term nuisance comes from the French word “nuire,” which meaning “to injure or irritate.” The word nuisance literally means … More

Sources of Muslim law

Islam is one of the world’s oldest and most widely practiced religions. The religion arrived in India with the sultanate … More