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Surrogacy Contracts: The question on legality of surrogacy contract revolves around the models of Rights Jurisprudence and Regimes of State Responsibility; the former insists on the importance of institution.
Third Party Beneficiary Rights: The rule of privity of contract is the principle that a third party cannot sue for damages on a contract to which he is not a party. This rule has been strongly criticized in recent times, .....
Wagering Contracts: The meaning of ‘wagering’ is staking something of value upon the result of some future uncertain event, such as a horse race, or upon the ascertainment of the truth concerning some past.....
E-contracts & issues involved in its formation: An attempt to reveal the incomplete character of the laws present in India w.r.t the econtratcs by analysing issues involved in the formation of an e-contract...
Downward trend of Real Estate - A boon for NRI’s: An article on the changing face of the Indian real estate in India and how this downfall could help the NRIs.......
Indian Domestic Arbitration: In India, laws/rules that govern the arbitration process are laid down in Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996......
Counterfeit: The article deals with counterfeit its asian, indian and world scenario . landmark cases along with latest developments......
E-Cheque System in India: With amendments in the Sections 6 and 1(4), coupled with the introduction of 81 A to the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, ECT is now legalized...
Relevance of Quasi-Contracts: There are certain situations wherein certain persons are required to perform an obligation despite the fact that he hasn’t broken any contract nor committed any tort......
Malicious Prosecution under Law of Tort: Malicious prosecution is an abuse of the process of the court by wrongfully setting the law in motion on a criminal charge. In order to succeed the .....
Tortious Remedies - Injunction: Anyone moving the court in regard of some injury whether past or continuing must first ensure exhaustion of preferred relief measures of seeking damages....
Vicarious Liability of Employers in Sexual torts committed by employees: With a steep rise in the number of womenfolk being employed in the patriarchal society like India, the safety of women is....
Mass Torts & MNC’s Liability: can be explained as ‘Such activity of the defendant, the harm caused by which is wide and a large number or sector of society gets affected simultaneously’...
Torts in India: Torts are civil wrongs resulting in personal injury or harm that constitutes grounds for a lawsuit. Thus, tort law addresses conflicts between private individuals or entities......
Torts In India: The law of torts in India is mainly inspired by the English law of torts. The application of the English law of torts has however been selective to suit the Indian conditions....
Evidentiary Value Of E-Contracts: E-Commerce, as the name suggests, is the practice of buying and selling goods and services through online consumer services on the internet.....
Government Contracts: The article purposes to review and analyze provisions in the Indian Contract Act and the Constitution of India with respect to Government contracts...
Comprehensive Analysis of Tort: The word tort is derived from the Latin tortus, meaning twisted. It therefore, includes that conduct which is not straight or lawful...
Standard Form Contracts: The law of contract has in recent time to face a problem, which is assuming new dimensions. The problem has arisen out of the modern large scale and widespread...
Effect Of Non-Registration: The section is a long one. Its length is due to the desire of the Legislature to make the adverse effects of non-registration so broad-based and ...
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