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M.C. MEHTA V. UNION OF INDIA AND Ors 1987

Author: Nandinee Singh, Amity Law School, Noida. Court: Supreme Court of India Full case name: M.C. Mehta v. Union of India (UOI) and Ors. Decided: 20 December 1986 Citation(s): 1987 SCR (1) 819; AIR 1987 965 Appellant: M.C. Mehta Vs. Respondent: UOI and others Judges sitting:      P.N. Bhagwati (Chief Justice), G.L. Misra Rangnath Oza, M.M.

Competency to Contract: A Detailed Analysis

Author: Siddharth Shankar Singh Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law The competency of parties to enter into a contract is one of the most basic parts of a legal contract. ‘Article 11 of the Indian Contract Act 1872′ states an individual’s ability to engage in a contract to be reliant on three factors; to reach

Balfour v. Balfour

Author: Shreyansh Rathi, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Court: Court of Appeal of England And Wales (Civil Division) Appellant: Mr. Balfour Respondent: Mrs. Balfour Equivalent Citations: (1919) 2 KB 571  Judges: Lord Justice Warrington, Lord Justice Duke, LordJustice Atkin Introduction Intention to create Legal Relations is one of the most important essentials of

Laws for Data Protection in India

Author: Shreya Singh; Amity University, Lucknow I. INTRODUCTION We are living in a time where the security of individual information has gotten unpreventable. Nations everywhere in the world are refreshing their laws for handling information. The headway of the innovation and the dynamism of the lawful world gives a standpoint of security and information assurance

Duties of Bailor and Bailee

Author: Rishi Tibrewal, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University Introduction: Bailment means a relationship in which one person’s personal property is temporarily held by another person. The ownership of the products or items is with one person and the possession is with another person. There are several circumstances in which this takes place. Bailment is therefore an important topic

Concept of Revocation of Gift

Author: Anisha Tak, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab Introduction The Transfer of Property Act was enacted in the year 1882. This act established uniformity in the regulation of the transactions associated with the transfer of immovable property. Before the formulation of this act, there were a lot of conflicts in dealing with such

Succession to benefit of Contract

AUTHOR – NISHTHA MAHAJAN, UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF LEGAL STUDIES, PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH INTRODUCTION  According to Section 2(h) of The Indian Contract Act, 1872, “ An agreement enforceable by law is a contract”. As all agreements are not contracts, some essentials should be fulfilled to make one as mentioned in Section 10 of The Indian Contract

Syed Asifuddin and Others v. State of Andhra Pradesh and Another

Author: Sakshi Tulsyan, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun Court- High Court of Andhra Pradesh Case Number- Cri. Petn. Nos. 2601 and 2602 of 2003 Petitioners- Syed Asifuddin and others Respondent– State of Madhya Pradesh Citation- 2005 Cri LJ 4314 Judge- Justice V.V.S Rao Facts The Reliance Infocomm Ltd., under the scheme of Dhirubhai Ambani Pioneer,