SALIENT FEATURES OF THE 78TH AMENDMENT OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

Introduction The constitution contains the rights and duties of citizens along with the set of rules and regulations defining the relationship between the state and the citizens, the duties and powers of the state, and its instrumentalities. The constitution of India is adopted on the 26th of November 1949 and on the 26th of January... Continue Reading →

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE 77TH AMENDMENT OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

Introduction A constitution is a set of rules and regulations on how a country should be governed. The constitution of a country lays the foundational law and principles on which the people are to be governed and also carves out the basic structure of the political system. The roles and responsibilities of different organs of... Continue Reading →

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE 76TH AMENDMENT OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

Introduction The constitution contains the rights and duties of citizens along with the set of rules and regulations defining the relationship between the state and the citizens, the duties and powers of the state, and its instrumentalities. The constitution is adopted on the 26th of November 1949 and on the 26th of January 1950 it... Continue Reading →

PARDANASHIN WOMEN IN CONTRACTS

Survival of the fittest Professor Darwin Introduction As we all know the basic human nature is to dominate and exploit the vulnerable. The one who is knowledgeable and strong enough can survive in society. The article is about one such vulnerable that is pardanashin woman and how the present legal system protects them from being... Continue Reading →

VOID AGREEMENTS

Introduction In our daily routine, we enter into a contract either knowingly or unknowingly like when we book a cab to reach our destination. Here the cab driver has to drop us safely to our destination in return we give him money. It’s a type of contract. All agreements are contracts if they are made... Continue Reading →

LEGALITY OF OBJECT IN CONTRACTS

All agreements are contracts if they are made by the free consent of the parties, competent to convert for a lawful consideration and with a lawful object, and are not here expressly declared void. For a valid contract, the essentials in section 10 of the Indian contract act should be fulfilled. One of the essentials... Continue Reading →

UNDUE INFLUENCE IN CONTRACTS

When one party is in the position to dominate the will of the other party and the person having the influence used his position to take an unfair advantage over the other party, the other party induced his influence and entered into a contract. Such kinds of contracts or agreements are said to be entered... Continue Reading →

BIOGRAPHY OF JUSTICE S MURALIDHAR

Known by the words Empathetic, fair and unswerving judge Present chief justice of Orissa high court, Justice S Muralidhar born on 8th august 1961. Justice Muralidhar started his law career by practicing in Chennai in 1984. Then he shifted his practice to Delhi high court in 1987. In Delhi, he worked as a junior lawyer... Continue Reading →

Misrepresentation in contract law

Introduction Misrepresentation is the act of inducing another party's decision by stating false information in a contract. A statement of fact that induces the other party to enter into a contract is known as representation. Representation when wrongly made becomes misrepresentation. Wrongful representation is of two kinds inducing the other party to enter into a... Continue Reading →

Coercion under Indian Contract Act,1872

Introduction In our daily life knowingly or unknowingly we enter into a contract when we buy an article or appoint a person as a servant or moving from one place to another place by bus journey etc. The agreement which we enter becomes binding when we enter it through consent. The consent must be free.... Continue Reading →

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