Agreements Opposed To Public Policy

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Section 2 (g) of the Indian Contract Act 1872 states that "an agreement enforceable by law is a contract." The agreement has to be valid and should have fulfilled certain requirements before it...

Farm Bill 2020: A Mysterious Movement In India

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As a large state like India with huge diversity where approx, 58% of the population depends on primary sector, agriculture is among the one way for their livelihood and their survival. India is...

Law Of Limitation: Is It Exhaustive?

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"Interest Reipublicae Ut Sit Finis Litium" which means that in the interest of the state as a whole there should be a limit to litigation and "vigilantibus non dormientibus Ju...

An Analysis Of The Law Of Civil Contempt

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The administration of Justice is the most essential postulate of any civilized society, and justice cannot be rendered without the fear of sanction". The administration of justice cannot only b...

Cross examination in Contempt Petition

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When a matter is yet to be finally adjudication, it is appropriate to pass any order in a collateral proceeding like any contempt proceeding emantaring out of that? It is appropriate to enterta...

Analyzing the Price The Non-Smokers Are Paying For the Actions Of The Smokers...

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It is axiomatic that tobacco smoking is hazardous to health. According to the World Health Organization, tobacco consumption is one of the leading causes of death, illness and impoverishment in...

Uniform Civil Code: Freedom from Personal Laws-Based Legal Complexity and Lit...

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The preamble of our Indian Constitution guarantees freedom of opinion, expression, freedom of religion, etc. Throughout our constitutional history, the judiciary have considered, examined and e...

Summary Procedure (Order XXXVII)

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A summary trial suit is a procedure where courts pass judgment without hearing the defense. Summary suit is elucidated in Order XXXVII of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC), 1908. The obje...

Res Judicata

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Res Judicata meaning Res means "subject matter" and judicata means "adjudged" or decided and together it means "a matter adjudged". In simpler words, the thing has been judged by the court, ...

Jurisdiction

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Meaning of Jurisdiction Jurisdiction is defined as the limit of judicial authority or the extent to which a court of law can exercise its authority over suits, cases, appeals etc. In Hriday N...