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About National Legal University, Jodhpur National Law University, Jodhpur is a public law school and a National Law University established
The High Court of Karnataka on Monday directed the State government to immediately issue directions to the police and the Karnataka
The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University will organize the 16th edition of the Pro-Bono Enviro National Moot Court Competition
Alliance School of Law is organizing Justice N. Santosh Hegde’s National Moot Court Competition, 2023, on February 25 and 26,
In Oppenheim’s words, “war is a contention between two or more states, through their armed forces, for the purpose of overpowering each other and imposing such conditions of peace as the victor pleases”.
A trademark is a visual representation of a name, word, label, device or numeric characters utilized by a business to differentiate its goods and/ or services from other similar goods and/ or services deriving from a different business. Trademark works as an exclusive identity of the goods and/ or services that a person is offering/ selling from other such goods/ services.
The liability of all the partners of a firm conjointly or together is mentioned underneath Section 25 of the Indian Partnership Act, 1932. It lays down the very fact that each partner of the firm may be command liable put together or severely for all acts done by the firm whereas he or she could be a partner of the firm.
According to the Section 71 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, deals with the finder of goods. A finder of goods means ‘a person who finds goods’ that belongs to another and place them into his custody. The finder of the goods holds the same position as that of bailee and he is required to take care of goods in the same manner as is expected out of bailee under Section 151 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872.
The bailment of products as security for payment of a debt or performance of a promise is named ‘Pledge’. The bailor is, during this case, referred to as the ‘pledger’ or ‘pawnor’ and also the bailee is named the ‘pledgee’ or ‘pawnee’. this is often outlined underneath section 172 of Indian Contract Act, 1872.
According to Section 4 of the Indian partnership Act 1932, a firm is the collective name of people who have entered into the partnership with one another to carry on a business together. It is not a legal entity like a company, it is a group of individual partners.
When a person (agent) acts on the behalf of another person (principal) without any authority to do so, then such person for who’s behalf the work has been done has the right to either ratify or disown his act. Under this section, the act says that when a person acts on the behalf of another without the authority to do so then another person can either approve his act or can disown his act.
A contract becomes valid when there is an offer and acceptance of that offer. And there are various other requirements which are to be fulfilled , as free consent, competency lawful consideration. Consensus ad idem which means meeting of the minds for the formation of a contract is also an essential
Daya Shankar vs High Court Of Allahabad And Ors. Equivalent citations: AIR 1987 SC 1469 Bench: O C Reddy, K
India is the world’s largest democracy, with 1.2 billion people, and is expected to be the world’s most populous country
This is a case analysis of Jolly Varghese and Anr. v. Bank of Cochin. This is an appeal by the appellants-whose personal freedom is in peril. This is because a court warrant for arrest and detention in the civil prison is chasing them for non-payment of an amount due to a bank. And bank is the respondent, which has ripened into a decree and has not yet been discharged.
This is the case of Luther v. Sagor. British citizen Luther used to run the timber business in Soviet Russia. On June 20, 1918, the Russian Soviet Government allegedly issued a decree stating, among other things. That the Russian Federative Republic was the owner of all mechanical sawmills operated by limited or private companies with a capital of more than 1,000,000 roubles. And all woodworking facilities outfitted with such machinery.
Introduction Administrative Directions are instructions or rules given by higher authorities to subordinate authorities in the lack of a rule
Introduction A Representation is a statement of truth on which the receiving party relies to convince them to engage in