RemediesSection 14 provides that the district forum can provide the following reliefs: Remove the defects pointed out by the appropriate laboratory from goods in question. Replace the goods with new goods of similar description which shall be free fr ..
RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF CONSUMERRights Right to Safety- Right to be protected against the marketing of goods and services, which are hazardous to life and property. Right to Information- Right to be informed about the quality, quantity, purity, price, a ..
A) VICARIOUS LIABILITYIn some cases, a person may be held liable for acts committed by others. In the case of vicarious liability, both the persons at whose behest the act is done, as well as the person who does the act, are liable. It is a type of s ..
Key Takeaways Cryptocurrency or crypto can be defined as a collection of binary data which is designed to work as a medium of exchange. The rise in the popularity of cryptocurrencies and their adoption by financial institutions has led some governmen ..
Key Takeaways Justice Oka was recently elevated to the Supreme Court. In a speech at a felicitation event in Thane District Courts Bar Association, he stated that the judiciary is currently facing a crisis of credibility and the legal profession shou ..
Key Takeaways The Laws of Succession are legal principles of the distribution of assets of a deceased person. These include the order in which people are to share the property/estate of the deceased person. An heir is a person who is intended to inhe ..
Key Takeaways Bail can be understood as a procedure by which a judge or magistrate sets free someone who has been arrested or imprisoned, upon receipt of security to ensure the released prisoner’s later appearance in court for further proceedin ..
Key Takeaways Registration of a marriage gives a legal recognition to the marriage; it also binds the marriage to associated laws and provides legality to it. A Hindu marriage may be solemnized by performing the customary rites of the parties. An imp ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The India Trusts Act, 1882 is the law followed for private trusts in India. A trust allows the trustee to hold assets on behalf of the beneficiary. The parties in a trusteeship are; Author of trust/trustor (one who creates the trust); t ..