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Irregular proceedings

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj IRREGULAR PROCEEDINGS Introduction to Law The rules which a particular country or a community recognizes or implements to as regulate the actions of the members of the society and may be enforced by the imposition of penalties is called a law. A law may be divided into two types:- Substantive Law i.e., […]

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International Court of Justice (ICJ)

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj International Court of Justice (ICJ) Introduction: To solve international disputes, a need for the establishment of a Permanent Court was felt at the First Hague Conference. In the Second Hague Peace Conference, a proposal by the USA was given for the establishment of such a court. After the culmination of a long […]

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Bandhua mukti morcha v Union of India

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj, Bandhua Mukti Morcha v Union of India : Case Comment Bench:   Bhagwati, P.N. Petitioner/Appellant: Bandhua Mukti Morcha Respondent: Union of India Year of Judgement: 1984 Facts: The petitioner (appellant), a social cause organization, approached the Supreme Court through a letter under Article 32  (i.e. to sought the issuance of a Writ of […]

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Relief against parties and persons under the specific relief act.

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj, Relief against parties and person under the Specific Relief Act Introduction- Since the dawn of human civilization, violation of a person’s rights has been a baffling problem. There is hardly any society that is without a problem of rights being violated. It is a violation of law in which injury is caused […]

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Defamation

July 5, 2020

Author: Monazza Sajid Defamation What do you mean by defamation? Every person has an inherent personal right to have his reputation protected. In the case, Dixon v. Holden, it was held in the judgment that “a man’s reputation is his property, more valuable than other property” It is a jus in rem which means that […]

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Certificate Course on Research Methodology (8th batch)

July 5, 2020

https://indianlegalsolution.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Blue-and-White-Step-by-Step-Process-Chart-Presentation-1.mp4 About: This course has been designed by indianlegalsolution.com, a top legal website of the country.  The objective of this course is to grow the seeds of proper research methodology among Law students. On successful completion of 7 batches, we are happy to announce the 8th batch for Certificate Course on Research Methodology. Features of Our […]

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Nuisance

July 5, 2020

Author: Manan Agrawal NUISANCE[1]  The word “nuisance” is derived from the French word “nuire”, which means “to hurt, or to annoy”. The Latin term for nuisance is “nocere” which means “to cause harm”. Annoyance can be from a variety of intangible things such as sight, smell, noise, etc. In other words, a nuisance is an […]

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Specific Performance of Contract

July 5, 2020

Author: Mallika Kapoor What is Specific Performance of Contracts? Specific Performance within the Law of Contract is an equitable remedy wherein an order is issued by the Court of Law against the defendant compelling him to complete the performance of his part of the contract. The same is particularly done in the cases wherein a […]

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Definition and types of contract

July 5, 2020

Author: Mallika Kapoor Definition of Contract: In our everyday lives, from dawn till dusk, all of us enter into a variety of contracts. These contract making activities of humans have only further increased with the increasing trade, commerce, industry, and technological advancements and here we are today living in this electronic age of digital signatures […]

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Overview of Section 16 of the Specific Relief Act,1963.

July 4, 2020

Author: Manan Agrawal Overview of Section 16 of the Specific Relief Act,1963. Introduction – Section 16 deals with persons for whom contract cannot be specifically enforced on a special ground of defence of the Plaintiff’s own conduct. This is because the remedy of specific performance does not depend upon merely on the existence of a […]

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A. K Gopalan vs The State of Madras

July 4, 2020

Author: Mallika Kapoor, The Department of Law, Aligarh Muslim University. CASE NAME: A.K. Gopalan vs The State of Madras, AIR 1950 SC 27 COURT: Hon’ble The Supreme Court of India JURISDICTION: Original BENCH: M.H. Kania CJ and Saiyid Fazl Ali, M. Patanjali Sastri, Mehr Chand Mahajan, B.k. Mukherjea and S.R. Das, JJ PETITIONER: A.K. Gopalan […]

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