KEY TAKEAWAYS Article 15 and 16 of the Indian Constitution are based upon the concept of equality, social justice and social harmony. Article 15(4) and 16(4) are not exceptions to their respective provisions. They provide positive and affirmative sup ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The traditional practice where the mortgagee forfeited the mortgaged property in the event of any default in payment is not considered to be good in law anymore. The mortgagee has to exercise his rights in the procedure prescribed by th ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Right of Redemption is envisaged under Article 60 of the Transfer of Property Act. Under this right, the mortgagor can redeem the mortgaged property after the payment of the amount due. Where the mortgagor mortgages multiples proper ..
When it comes to a personal injury case, you can expect to go through a deposition. It's part of the discovery process where they get details from what happened on both sides. When you file a lawsuit, the other side has the right to know what hap ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Article 51A(a) of the Constitution of India states that it shall be the fundamental duty of every Indian citizen to "abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem" ..
KEY TAKEWAYS The Supreme Court's Constitutional bench held in KS Puttuswamy v. Union of India that the right to privacy is a part of the right to live with dignity under Article 21 of the Constitution. Thus, right to privacy has now been elevated ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS When the performance of the contractual obligations is rendered impossible due to circumstances which are beyond the control of the contractual parties, the doctrine of frustration of contract, envisaged under Section 56 of the Indian C ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The primary objective of Section 197 is to protect the public servants from frivolous criminal complaints. Thus, this Section protects the public servants from unnecessary harassment Protection can be availed under this Section "on ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Madras High Court explains the difference between compensatory damages and restitutionary damages. The Court held that an employee is bound by the confidentiality clauses even after the employment is terminated. However, non-compete cla ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Father is liable to maintain the minor child till adulthood: Supreme Court Section 125(b) provides, inter alia, that a father must maintain his minor child irrespective of the child's marital status. Furthermore, Section 125(c) prov ..