The court held that the act of respondent was to lure the appellant into the contract with the situation at the time of negotiations but since the conditions changed it is a duty upon the respondent to notify the appellant about such change before si
The Supreme Court held that only the compiler’s selection and arrangement might be protected. The raw facts may be copied by others at will. The court also rejected the doctrine of “sweat and brow” as it had numerous defects, the most evident one th
One of the pertinent issues landlords and tenants in India are facing is the suspension of monthly rentals due to the COVID-19 lockdown. Delhi High Court in the case of Ramanand and Others v. Dr. Girish Soni, has held that the period of lockdown does
The Apex Court while rejecting the findings of the High Court and setting aside the decree for dissolution of the marriage, held that Section 13B does not prevent a party to change their mind during the transitional period provided therein and for a
The Court founded the Respondent guilty of cruelty but also observed that the Appellant’s act of engaging in sexual intercourse with the Respondent amounts to condonation of such cruelty as it displayed the intention of the Appellant to forgive and r
The High Court was therefore right in concluding that the title of the co-owners to plot No. 19 was not divested and that the plaintiffs had no cause of action to bring the suit. Accordingly, SC confirms that judgment and dismiss the appeal with cost
The agreement was made due to affection and there was no consideration due to which the agreement can’t be termed as a contract and thus no legal obligation can be arised because of the agreement.
The company contention was that they have not entered into any agreement with Mrs. Carlil, therefore no contractual obligation arises from the side of company to pay the reward to Mrs. Carlil.
The Supreme Court passed an order on 5th May 2020, refusing to entertain a petition which sought direction for the Centre to ensure compliance with the MHA order with respect to payment of rent by students and laborers during the lockdown due to COVI
The Supreme Court of India in this case held that the contract is not frustrated merely because its performance has become difficult because of some inevitable or that a contract is not frustrated merely because the conditions in which it is made are