Misrepresentation as to content Section 19 of the Indian Contract Act makes an agreement consent to which is caused by misrepresentation voidable at the option of the party whose consent was so caused. A party to contract, whose consent was caused by

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India has become a pharmaceutical capital of the world and is helping many countries with affordable drugs and vaccines. Our industry should be positioned to take benefit of new technology and changing laws and demographics. With life expectancy goi




Rules of York-AntwerpRule IIIExtinguishing Fire on Shipboard Damage done to a ship and cargo, or either of them, by water or otherwise, including damage by beaching or scuttling a burning ship, in extinguishing a fire on board the ship, shall be mad

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IntroductionUnder Indian Limitation Act, 1963 a suit instituted after the period prescribed, is not maintainable and shall be dismissed.[1]Article 65 of the Limitation Act prescribes the period of limitation for suits for possession of immovable prop

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The Right to Property of a woman witnessed unprecedented changes from the days of uncodified Hindu Law till date. A woman was entitled to only a Limited Estate before 1956 but w

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One of the innovations in the Companies Act,2013 (hereinafter referred to as "The Act") is that it has given rise to a new genre of corporate personnel who are collectively referred to as �key managerial personnel�(KMP).The

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Limitation law in India provides for a three years� limitation period to initiate/ commence a legal action from the date of breach of the contract or the date on which the continuing breach came to an end (Article 55 of the Limitation Act). It

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Arbitrations arising out of construction and Infrastructure contracts normally have a claim relating to delay and disruptions that caused consequential loss to the contractor. Delays in construction projects can result in delayed completion of the pr

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Rules of York-Antwerp

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    01 June 2018 at 10:56

Rule 1Jettison of cargo "No jettison of cargo shall be made good as general average, unless such cargo is carried in accordance with the recognized custom of the trade.� Evolution of the rule

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The proposed amendment to section 20 of Specific Relief ActSection 20 of the existing Specific Relief Act 1963 recognizes that grant of relief of specific performance, is discretionary. The court is not bound to grant such relief merely because it is

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Court Marriage Procedure

  Legal resolved    30 May 2018 at 12:50

Court marriage is the form of civil ceremony through which persons of different religions, castes, nationality or creed looking to avoid the traditional marriage ceremonies to tie the knot. Court marriage is a simple procedure that is carried out in

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Unregistered Document- Value thereof

  Prashanti    30 May 2018 at 12:49

Illustrative caseA gifts a house property to his sister B, in 1986, through an unregistered but properly stamped Gift deed, with a stipulation that neither he nor his descendants would have any right title and interest over the property. The deed als

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Principles of natural justice requires that a person charged with any blame should be given an opportunity to explain or give reason for such conduct before proceeding to take action against such person. On the same principle before initiating any ac

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Understanding doctrine of lis pendensSection 52 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (TP Act) embodies the doctrine of lis pendens. The doctrine provides that during the pendency of a litigation in which any right to immovable property is in question, s

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Understanding promissory estoppelThe doctrine of promissory estoppel is evolved by equity to avoid injustice and to mitigate the rigor of strict law. The doctrine is neither in the dominion of contract nor in the domain of estoppel[1]. It is based on

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WHY & what for BLAME THE OTHER GAME,WHO IS THE BENEFITIARY, Virtually NONE,LEAST the citizens! I blame you for whatever may be the reason, AND you counter blame me on one or the other MATTER... that continue till we both join hands with each othe

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Agreement to do impossible Act.An Agreement to do impossible Act in itself is void. Section 56 of the Indian Contract Act states that Contract to do an act afterwards becoming impossible or unlawful. A contract to do an act, which after the contract

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The York Antwerp Rules

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    28 May 2018 at 12:21

GENERAL AVERAGE- ANCIENT AND MODERN �O hear us when we cry to theefor those peril on the sea� The stirring words of the well-known hymn remind us that the transport of products over the ocean from one country to the other is still a hazar

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High Court of Delhi by a judgment dated 7th May 2018 dismissed the anti-arbitration suit filed by the Government of India (herein after GOI) challenging the 2nd investment treaty Arbitration proceedings initiated by Vodafone Group Plc (herein after V

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Nothing else is more crucial for an advocate for his professional success than his command of language. In fact the command of language is the key to success in any profession in which words count. Advocacy is a profession where command of language -

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