Key TakeawaysThe severability principle protects against the total voiding of a contract or law due to the unconstitutionality of a specific provision. Arbitration is treated as a separate agreement that is enforceable and performable without referen ..
Key Takeaways Bailment is the transfer of personal property to another person, known as the bailee, for safekeeping or temporary use, even without a formal contract. It involves legal obligations, and negligence resulting in property damage can lead ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS For every work done by the employees of an organization, the employer is obliged to pay a wage or salary as a form of return paid to the employee. The provisions of Payment of Wages Act, 1936, and Minimum Wages Act, 1948, in addition to ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS A live-in relationship is a relationship between unmarried couples who live together in a long-term arrangement that resemble a marriage. While this is an accepted norm in other countries, it is still a new phenomenon in India. There wa ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The provisions of the Information Technology Act, 2000 were amended to bring into account the need for recognition of admission of electronic and digital evidence as admissible evidence. The provisions of Sec. 2(1) (t) of Information Te ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Hindu Succession Act first came into force in the year 1956. The objective of the act was to deal with interstate or unwilled succession among Hindus. The act is based on the rule of succession of Mitakshara principle of propinquity ..