Procedure of the Trial Court for Civil Lawyers

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Civil law in India is concerned with conflicts between individuals, organisations, or both, in which the individual's or organization's rights and liabilities are determined. In some civil proc...

Ages of Obscure Relationship between Indian and English Contract Law

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Sometimes a promise to pay bonus for extra labour is not enforceable in court[1] and sometimes even a peppercorn is enough consideration to hold a contract valid[2] - such is the eccentric natu...

Case Analysis Of Balfour v/s Balfour

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Facts of the case: Mr. and Mrs. Balfour were married. In Ceylon, Mr. Balfour worked as a civil engineer. Mr. Balfour and his wife had a holiday to England in 1915, but his wife became ill and...

Section 10 Res Sub Judice Or Stay On Suit

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About Res sub judice is Latin word which res means matter and sub judice means pending but in legal language res sub judice means subject matter pending or under judgement or under considerati...

Short Case Analysis: Balfour v/s Balfour

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Facts of the case In this case the plaintiff, Mrs. Balfour, sued the defendant, Mr.Balfour, her husband for money due under an alleged verbal agreement, whereby he undertook to allow her 30...

Doctrine Of Res Sub Judice In Civil Procedure Code 1908

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Meaning of Res Sub JudiceRes sub judice is Latin word which res means matter and sub judice means pending but in legal language res sub judice means subject matter pending or under judgement or...

Guide To Res Judicata: Meaning, Nature, Scope And Legal Doctrine

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Meaning Res Judicata is a legal maxim of Latin origin which means the thing has been judged. Legal DoctrineThe doctrine of Res Judicata is based on three maxims: Nemo debet lis vaxari pro...

Appellate Court Reversing Judgment Of A Trial Court To Have Due Application O...

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It cannot be disputed that the Appellate Court has jurisdiction/power to reverse, affirm or modify the findings and the judgment of the Trial Court but while reversing or modifying the judgment...

How Will Judgment, Decree And Order Be Distinguishable?

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There are several differences that exist between a Judgement, a Decree, and an Order. Orders or decrees are the types of rulings made by a court of law. A decree is followed by a court judgemen...

To Quota or Not to Quota: Are Gender Diversity Quotas Merely Symbolic?

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Even though the roots of corporate governance can be traced back to Adolf Berle and Gardiner Means in the 1930s, the area finally emerged in the 1970s. Corporate Governance is a patchwork regul...