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Articles by H M Bharathesh

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Terms of contract of service that are unconscionable and opposed to public policy.

  H M Bharathesh   02 February 2017 at 15:07

THE EFFECT OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT THAT ARE UNCONSCIONABLE AND OPPOSED TO PUBLIC POLICY? A CASE STUDY In the case on hand the appellant who was working as professor and HOD in a private dental college was issued with an appointment ord ..

Posted in Labour & Service Law |   1652 Views

Injunctions temporary, perpetual, when can be granted?

  H M Bharathesh   11 July 2016 at 10:21

An injunction is a specific order of the Court forbidding the commission of a wrong threatened or the continuance of a wrongful course of action already begun. An injunction is defined in Halsbury's Laws as “A judicial process whereby a par ..

Posted in Others  10 comments |   3180 Views

Settled Possession

  H M Bharathesh   29 June 2016 at 11:45

SETTLED POSSESSION Salmond states in Jurisprudence (Twelfth Edition At pp. 265, 266) regarding possession as under;. “Few relationships are as vital to man as that of possession, and we may expect any system of law, however primitive, to provide rul ..

Posted in Civil Law  10 comments |   3171 Views