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Essentials Of Valid Consideration

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The word 'consider' originated from Latin word. Consideration is one among the most important essential of a valid contract. it's the foundation of every contract. Verified consideration are of...

Analysis Of Passing Of Property In Contract

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In the law of Sale of goods an important point of debate is that the passing of property from the seller to the buyer. Precisely, the determination of the point in a very sale's transaction onc...

Differences Between A Guarantee And A Warranty

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The primary differences between a guarantee and a warranty are: Based on meaning When a manufacturer promises a buyer that if there is any fault in the goods and services they can be replaced ...

The Amendment For Infrastructure Projects In Specific Relief Act

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The Specific Relief Act was originally introduced and enacted in the year 1877 while India was under the British, which was replaced in the year 1963. The Specific Relief Act, 1963 is an Act of...

Case Analysis: State of Gujarat v. Memon Mahomed

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Bailment refers to a legal arrangement in which the real owner of an asset or individual property is transferred from one person to the next, who will get the item's ownership but not the entir...

Validity of E-Contracts in India and Jurisdictional Issues in Their Enforcement

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The internet is a medium of communication that has no boundaries in the twenty-first century. Transactions no more are limited to a nation's geographical borders. Transactions are being negotia...

Analysis Of Section 2(H) Of Indian Contract Act,1872

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The Indian Contract Act, 1872, establishes the law governing contracts in India and is the most important legislation governing Indian contract law. The Act is built on English Common Law prin...

Unique Aspects of Contract Law

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A contract can be also known as an agreement when it becomes enforceable legally. This context has been honored in our Indian Legal System as a statute which was enforced on 1st September 1872...

Case Analysis of Raja Ram v/s Jai Prakash Singh

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Facts Of The Case: The Plaintiff and Defendant were brothers. Their father, since deceased, used to live with the defendant. The father executed a sale deed dated 2nd March 1970 in favour of t...

Mutual Agency

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A mutual agency is a lawfully binding relationship which is entered into by the business partners, and it gives all the partners of the business equal authority on behalf of the business., Each...