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Rescission of contract : Sections 27 to 30 of specific relief act4 deals with rescission of contract. Specific relief is a form of judicial redress belongs to the law of procedure and is a body of written law arranged according to the natural affinities of the subject matter. In India the Specific relief act of 1963 was enacted by the parliament in the 14th year of republic - Dr Elbe Peter - Posted: 2014/08/29

Nemo Dat Quod Non Habet: The Indian Contract act 1872 contained 266 sections originally which was divided in to various chapters. 1 to 75 dealt with general principles of the contract, section 76 to 123 of the original enactment dealt with sale of goods - Dr Elbe Peter - Posted: 2014/08/29

Basic Primer on the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights And Full Participation) Act, 1995: ‘Disability’ has been defined to mean blindness, low vision, leprosy-cured, hearing impairment, locomotor disability, mental retardation, mental illness. Most of the aforesaid terms have also been separately defined in the Act - C Bikram - Posted: 2014/08/29

Whistleblowers and their Protection in India: Whistle Blowers Protection Act, 2011 is an Act of the Parliament of India which provides a mechanism to investigate alleged corruption and misuse of power by public servants and also protect anyone who exposes alleged wrongdoing in government bodies, - Adishhalarnkar - Posted: 2014/08/20

Judges of Supreme Court and High Court can be Impeach: As per Art. 124(2) that :Every Judges of Supreme Court shall be appointed by the President of India by warrant under his hand and seal after consultation with such of the judges of the Supreme Court and of High Courts in the States as the President may deem necessary for the purpose and shall hold office until he attains the age of 65 year - Vishal Chaturvedi - Posted: 2014/08/20

Hostile Witnesses and Efficacy of Law: The role of a witness is paramount in the cardinal justice system of any country. By deposing in a case, they assist the court in discovering the truth. But the witnesses turning hostile is a common thing happening in the criminal justice system. - Research - Posted: 2014/08/20

Are Reforms Really Needed In The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amendment Act, 2000: The juvenile justice system in India contemplates the legal response with respect to two categories of children, namely those who are 'in conflict with law' (an individual under the age of 18 years who is accused of committing an offence) - Rohit Singh - Posted: 2014/08/16

Right To Equality- A Fundamental Right :Right to equality given under article 14 of Indian law. it is one of the fundamental right. It ensure the guarantees to every person the right to equality before law & equal protection of the laws - Uma Pal - Posted: 2014/08/08

Constitutional Validity of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Act: Indian Democracy is governed by a written constitution. The majority population of this sub continent are Hindus. The Hindu religion is considered to be one of the oldest religions in the world - Kiruthika D - Posted: 2014/08/08

Equidistance and Equitable Principle under the law of the Sea: he law of the sea is a difficult and multiform branch of law, which comprises the norms regulating the rights and obligations of States in the marine area - Kiruthika D - Posted: 2014/08/05

Dying Declaration-Section 32(1) of Indian Evidence Act: Section-32(1) of Indian Evidence Act, Word “Dying Declaration” means a statement written or verbal of relevant facts made by a person, who is dead. It is the statement of a person who had died explaining the circumstances of his death - shipra arora - Posted: 2014/08/05

Test of Medical Negligence: Test of Medical Negligence with the concept of reasonable man and prudence and the Bolam test followed by the Indian Courts and the Bolitho test the need of the Hour - Kiruthika D - Posted: 2014/08/01

Protection of Traditional Medicinal Knowledge: Medicinal plants play an important role in health care systems of modern world. The Indian Systems of Medicine, viz Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and Homeopathic system predominantly use plant based raw materials - Danish Hasnain - Posted: 2014/07/26

A Comparative Understanding of Dominant Position: The Indian position regarding dominance is currently governed by theCompetition Act, 2002, which deal with the matter in detail. But before going into that it will be worthwhile to take a look at the position under the old law, which is The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices (MRTP) Act, 1969 - Danish Hasnain - Posted: 2014/07/26

Doctrine of Judicial Review in India: Relevancy of Defining Contours: ‘judicial Review’ has assumed great significance in recent years in the form of two conflicting philosophies: ‘Judicial Activism’ and ‘Judicial Self Restraint. ’Judicial Review in its most widely accepted meaning is the power of the courts to consider the constitutionality of acts of organs of Government (the executive and legislature) and declare it unconstitutional or null and void if it violates or is inconsistent with the basic principles of Grundnorm - Pradhan Rasmi - Posted: 2014/07/18

Data Privacy And Cyber Security Policies Shaping The Legal Outsourcing Landscapes In India: In 2011, India’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology enforced new privacy regulations under the Information Technology Act, 2000 - Snehi Kumari - Posted: 2014/07/18

Comparative Analysis Of A Treaty Governed By Vienna Convention And A Contract Regulated By The Indian Contract Act: The project is divided into three parts. The first part lays down, for the convenience of the readers, the definition of a treaty as per the Vienna convention. The second part primarily focuses on the eight similar ingredients of an Indian Contract and a treaty which is governed by the Vienna convention - Aashna - Posted: 2014/07/18

Intellectual Property Rights, Statutory Licensing In India: The existing recently amended Copyright laws relating to the statutory licensing and to determine how far these amended laws have been successful in balancing the rights of the broadcasters and Copyright owners - Deepika Zaweria - Posted: 2014/07/7

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: oft quoted words of William Goldstone best portrays the judicial system prevalent in our country. It is imperative to note that both the Bar and the Bench have an exceedingly contributed to the delays in the settlement of cases - Shwetha Vasudevan - Posted: 2014/07/7

Forced Discriminated Resignation: I was forced to resign from my job. I thought I share with you what happened. As you already know I worked for a NGO for 3 years the NGO deals in helping underprivileged kids in slums - namaste - Posted: 2014/07/7

Telecommunication laws in India and its drawbacks: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act was enacted in 1997 whose Chairperson was to be a sitting or retired Judge of the Supreme Court or a Chief Justice of a High Court and the members were the person having special knowledge of and personal experience in telecommunication, industry, finance, accountancy, law, management and consumer affairs - Shreya Mazumdar - Posted: 2014/06/17

Contemporanea exposito est optima et fortissinia in lege: Interpretation means the art of finding out the true sense of an enactment by giving the words of the enactment their natural and ordinary meaning. It is the process of ascertaining the true meaning of the words used in a statute. - Dr Elbe Peter - Posted: 2014/06/12

Mahendra And Mahendra Paper Mills vs Mahindra And Mahindra Ltd: An order was passed restraining a paper mill from using a deceptively similar name 'Mahendra and Mahendra’ to the Rs 3,000-crore corporate giant Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd - Umang Raj - Posted: 2014/06/12

Patent of Addition: When an invention is patented and if there are any improvements or modifications coming up for that invention as a natural process or as a result of the feedback of the market or the industry then the original patented product or the process may be protected by a “Patent of Addition” in India - Pranati Shubha - Posted: 2014/06/12

Fundamental Principles of Contract Drafting: A contract is formed when a party with sufficient legal capacity makes an offer and the other party of sufficient legal capacity accepts the offer with a legal consideration. In order to be a contract, the agreement must include valid consideration - adv.lubna - Posted: 2014/06/12

Administrative and other Possible Solutions to Settlement of Mass Tort Claims: A mass tort is a single tort that results in injury to many victims, and therefore involves numerous plaintiffs suing one defendant (or several defendants) who acted negligently. In most mass tort cases, the various individual plaintiffs must be suing based on harms caused by a single common product - Sonali Khatri - Posted: 2014/06/11

Professional misconduct of lawyers in India: The Advocates Act, 1961 as well Indian Bar Council are silent in providing exact definition for professional misconduct because of its wide scope, though under Advocates Act, 1961 to take disciplinary action punishments are prescribed when the credibility and reputation on the profession comes under a clout on account of acts of omission and commission by any member of the profession - Dr Elbe Peter - Posted: 2014/06/10

Right to Sleep and it's Judicial endorsement: Under Article 19(1) (a), read with Article 21 of the Constitution of India, the citizens have a right of a decent environment and they have a right to live peacefully, right to sleep at night and to have a right to leisure which is all necessary ingredients of the right to life guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution. People of India have a right to sleep and leisure.- Ananya pratap singh - Posted: 2014/06/1

The Times Now Case: A tussle between the media and the judiciary: What exactly are the professional obligations of journalists and media establishments? Who gave them the sole right to publicize nonsense about people and issues, when their ass gets kicked then only they start remembering their professional duties? - Umang Raj - Posted: 2014/06/1

Acharya Jagdishwaranand Avadhuta and Ors v/s Commissioner of Police: AIR 1984 SC 51 Consideration of scope of prohibitory order under s.144 Cr.P.C. and also essential religious practice - Rohit Nandakumar - Posted: 2014/05/22

Understanding Jurisprudence of Judicial Legislation on Sexual Harassment of Women At Workplace in India: Gender justice has been a burning issue in the last decade in India, especially in light of the increased focus by non-Governmental organizations and related women’s groups - Sonali Khatri - Posted: 2014/05/20

The responsibility of Women empowerment on media: Media having an access to a large audience should be an effective tool in the empowerment of women - Pranati Shubha - Posted: 2014/05/13

Justice At Justice Delivery Center: Sexual harassment at workplace has become one of the blistering issues in India. The heinous way in which a physiotherapy student was raped in a moving bus in the heart of the country makes it more important - Shreya Singh - Posted: 2014/04/28

Bajaj Auto Ltd. Vs. T.V.S. Motor Company Ltd: The Supreme Court directed that hearing in the intellectual property matters should proceed on day to day basis and the final judgment should be given normally within four months from the date of the filing of the suit - Umang Raj - Posted: 2014/04/28

Just because someone is poor, the State cannot allow him to die Delhi HC landmark Judgment: The concern that comes up for consideration in the Case was whether a minor child born to parents belonging to economically weaker section of the society suffering from a chronic and rare disease, gaucher - Umang Raj - Posted: 2014/04/28

Judgments on Bombay Rent Act:: Judgments of Hon'ble Supreme Court on the Bombay Rent Act - Hanif Mulia - Posted: 2014/04/28

Emerging paradigm of celebrity marks: In India, competition within the market is turning aggressive day by day. The advertising business is one in all the most important service sectors. Indian celebrities are also growing in stature - Umang Raj - Posted: 2014/04/23

Legally Enforceable Debt u/s 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 Criminal Trial Important Points: Mere dishonour of a cheque for the reasons stated in section 138 of the NI Act, 1881, is sufficient for commission of crime under section 138 of the NI Act, 1881 - Umang Raj - Posted: 2014/04/23

Criminal Trial Important Points: There are certain points which more often than not create trouble to the prosecution, accused and even courts.....Hanif Mulia - Posted: 2014/04/18

Supreme Court of India granted legal recognition to transgender: Article 14, Article 15, Article 21, Constitution, Eunuchs, Gender, NALSA, National Legal Services Society Authority, Public Interest Litigation, Transgender - Rajbils - Posted: 2014/04/16

MACP Reference Manual 2014: his manual is prepared on the basis of judgments pronounced by Hon'ble Apex Court and Hon'ble High Courts of India.....Hanif Mulia - Posted: 2014/04/16

The Application of Natural Justice while Discharging Administrative Actions: In modern times the administrative process has become a product of intensive form of government powers and combines into one all the powers which were traditionally exercise by three different organs of the state.....Neethi Chacko - Posted: 2014/03/20

Doctrine of Pleasure as under the Indian Constitution: doctrine has its origin in England. The Doctrine of Pleasure is a special prerogative of the British Crown....Srividya Sastry - Posted: 2014/02/24

Coalition Government and its Impact on Indian Federal Structure: Political systems are classified into federal and unitary forms of governance based on the distribution or concentration of powers between the centre and the state or in the centre respectively....Srividya Sastry - Posted: 2014/02/24

Developments in Biodiversity Act,2002: Any kind of development is always welcomed if it’s a fruitful one on the whole. But sometimes development becomes signified in such a crude manner - sumit pandey - Posted: 2014/02/24

Sustainable Development, Guiding Principles And Values: Environmental studies have shown that the environment related problems of developed countries are mainly due to industrial and technological development whereas undeveloped countries have environmental problems because of poverty, over-population and illiteracy - Kavita Kait - Posted: 2014/02/16

The Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Bill, 2011: A step towards greater transparency in the Real Estate Sector: India is one of the emerging markets for real estate in India. In terms of employment, the real estate sector is second only to Agriculture. The Economic Survey of 2010-11....Kabir Sagar - Posted: 2014/02/16

Protection of Copyright In the Digital Age the Role And Liabilities of ISPs In India: The need to incorporate legislation to protect copyrights in the digital age, with specific emphasis on the liability of ISP’s in India - Kabir Sagar - Posted: 2014/02/15

Rights of Arrested Person: One of the basic tenets of our legal system is the benefit of the presumption of innocence of the accused till he is found guilty at the end of a trial on legal evidence - Preeti Singh - Posted: 2014/02/3

Vicarious Liability in India: Vicarious Liability deals with cases where one person is liable for the acts of others. In the field of Torts it is considered to be an exception....Preeti Singh - Posted: 2014/02/3

Who can adjudicate the Enrica Lexie incident: On February 15th 2012 while the Italian Flagged MV Enrica Lexie was sailing with on board an Italian Military Protection Detachment in transit along the Indian coast - Hina Iliyas - Posted: 2014/02/3

Double Jeopardy: Can an accused be actually punished twice for same offence in India - Adv.Shipra Arora - Posted: 2014/01/30

Right To Privacy Under Article 21 and the Related Conflicts: A very fascinating development in the Indian Constitutional jurisprudence is the extended dimension given to Article 21 by the Supreme Court in post-Maneka era. The Supreme Court has asserted that Art. 21 is the heart of the Fundamental Rights - Hina Iliyas - Posted: 2014/01/30

Human Rights of The Accused And The Police Investigation Process: Human rights encompasses the fundamental principles of humanity and these are the rights which every human being is entitled to enjoy on the basis of the fact of being born human - Savita Kumari - Posted: 2014/01/21

Inconsistencies In Special Marriage Act, 1954: provisions mentioned in the Special Marriage Act, 1954 are hurdle in getting married and may be harassed to parties....Kanungo Swaraj - Posted: 2014/01/21

Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage: This article will help my friend on recent judgement of Supreme Court of India in Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage...Kanungo Swaraj - Posted: 2014/01/19

Gender-Main streaming: A Strategy To Fulfill The Goal of Gender Equality: The exclusion of and discrimination against women in the country continues to be deeply entrenched and widespread. The socio-economic conditions, caste based political scenario and patriarchal ideologies - Preeti Bhardwaj - Posted: 2014/01/18

Status of Children born in Live in Relationships: A society based on traditional values like India, live in relationship is a concept which still has to come out of its closet and gain full recognition by a larger section of the society - Enak Shijha - Posted: 2014/01/18

Professional Misconduct by lawyers in India: misconduct has not been defined in the Advocates Act, 1966 but misconduct envisages breach of discipline, although it would not be possible to lay down exhaustively as to what would constitute misconduct and indiscipline which - Ekta Saini - Posted: 2013/01/14

Live In Relationship in A Marriage Centric India: In Indian society, marriage is still considered as sacramental and eternal union. But with changing times, Indian society is slowly opening its doors for western culture and lifestyles - Manbir Kaur - Posted: 2014/01/07

Separation of Powers and Its Development with Special Reference to India: The doctrine of separation of powers has emerged in several forms at different periods. Its origin is traceable is Plato and Aristotle - Preeti Bhardwaj - Posted: 2014/01/05

Role of Judiciary in Protecting the Rights of Prisoners: Judiciary in every country has an obligation and a Constitutional role to protect Human Rights of citizens. As per the mandate of the Constitution of India, this function is assigned to the superior judiciary namely the Supreme Court of India and High courts...Nidhi Beniwal - Posted: 2014/01/04

Compulsory Voting In India a Step Towards Real Democracy: The constitution sets up in India a "Democratic Republic". It means government by the people. Democracy may properly be defined as that form - Babita Pabbi - Posted: 2014/10/03

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