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'Ex Parte Decree' Provisions within the Code of Civil Procedure

Administrative Law

An ‘Ex parte decree’ is a decree passed against a defendant in absentia. Despite service of summons, where on the date of hearing only plaintiff does and a defendant does not appear the Court may hear the suit ex parte and pass a decree against the defendant....

Last modified: 26th Oct 2021

Case Study on Application of The Sale of Goods Act 1930

Contract Law

Essential elements of a contract of sale and a case study looking at whether The Sale of Goods Act applies where the purchase goods were damaged....

Last modified: 26th Oct 2021

Effect of Disability on the Law of Limitation

Contract Law

The 'Law of Limitation' prescribes the time-limit for different suits within which an aggrieved person can approach the court for redress or justice....

Last modified: 30th Sep 2021

Judicial Interpretation of Substantial Question of Law

Administrative Law

Though the expression “substantial question of law” has not been defined in any Act or in any of the statutes where this expression appears, the meaning of this expression is now well settled....

Last modified: 28th Sep 2021

Setting Aside an Arbitral Award

Commercial Law

The researcher intends to delve into the provisions of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 to discover the grounds for setting aside and appeal against an arbitral award...

Last modified: 27th Sep 2021

Are Customary Laws Gender Biased?

Human Rights Law

The scope of this project is to study the gender bias in customary laws over property rights in various laws....

Last modified: 27th Sep 2021

Case Studies on Insanity in Indian Law

Medical Law

It is referred to as lunacy or unsound mind, mental abnormality, disease of mind etc. an insane person cannot think and act as a normal human being....

Last modified: 27th Sep 2021

Doctrine of Public Trust

Public Law

The doctrine of public trust has evolved over the years to emerge as one of the core principles for the judiciary to substantiate the legitimacy of governmental action that interferes with the use by the general public of natural resources....

Last modified: 27th Sep 2021

The Rule of Natural Justice

Administrative Law

Anil K Bansal describes the rules of natural justice as a hedge serving against blatant discrimination of the rights of individuals. The words ‘natural justice’ are derived from the Roman word ‘Jus Naturale’....

Last modified: 27th Sep 2021

Relationship Between Constitutional Law and Administrative Law

Administrative Law

Essay on the relationship between administrative law and constitutional law with respect to India and the Indian Constitution....

Last modified: 24th Sep 2021

Summary of Amendments to the Bangladesh Constitution

Administrative Law

The Constitution of Bangladesh is the highest ruling of Bangladesh. This paper explains all the amendments of the constitution with their timely significance....

Last modified: 24th Sep 2021

Borrowing Powers of a Company

Business Law

Every trading company has an implied power to borrow, as borrowing is implied in the object for which it is incorporated. A non-trading company has no implied power to borrow....

Last modified: 24th Sep 2021

Concept of Rule of Law

Constitutional Law

The concept of Rule of law is of old origin and is an ancient ideal. It was discussed by ancient Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle....

Last modified: 23rd Sep 2021

History of the Indian Contract Act 1872

Contract Law

The Indian Contract Act brings within its ambit the contractual rights that have been granted to the citizens of India. It endows rights, duties ......

Last modified: 23rd Sep 2021

Development of Equity Law in India

Equity Law

The scope of this paper is trace the history and development of equity and also its current relevance primarily for Indian legal system....

Last modified: 22nd Sep 2021

Court Jurisdictions and Suits of a Civil Nature

Commercial Law

Civil Court Jurisdiction does not extend to all matters. However it has “inherent” jurisdiction to try all suits of a civil nature in the absence of any exclusion of the same....

Last modified: 22nd Sep 2021

Best Judgment Assessment

Finance Law

Assessment means appraisal, evaluation, estimation, measurement, judgment etc. In the context of income tax law it means the evaluation, estimation, or measurement of income....

Last modified: 22nd Sep 2021

Proportionality as a Ground of Judicial Review

Constitutional Law

Proportionality is one of the most important grounds for judicial review. It has been a ground for many years and has evolved from the concept of unreasonableness....

Last modified: 22nd Sep 2021

Role of Promoters in Company Establishment

Business Law

When an individual has an idea for a new business venture, they may set about interesting others in the venture to contribute capital. That person is described as a promoter....

Last modified: 21st Sep 2021

Pre-Incorporation Contracts and Promoter Liability

Contract Law

The promoter can enter into agreements in the benefit of ‘association of persons’ or prospective company; these agreements are known as pre-incorporation contracts....

Last modified: 21st Sep 2021

The Doctrine of Substantive Ultra Vires in Indian Administrative Law

Constitutional Law

The Doctrine of Substantial Ultra Vires is a substantial principle of administrative law having its own importance and influence in the legal scenario irrespective of the boundaries of law....

Last modified: 21st Sep 2021

Bommai v Union of India

Constitutional Law

The case of S.R.Bommai vs Union of India1 is a very landmark case in the purview of the Indian Constitutional history relating to the proclamation of emergency under Article 356 of the Constitution....

Last modified: 15th Sep 2021

Freedom of Speech and Expression in Indian Law

Constitutional Law

The people of India declared in the Preamble of the Constitution, which they gave unto themselves their resolve to secure to all the citizens liberty of thought and expression. This resolve is reflected in Article 19(1) (a) which is one of the Articles found in Part III of the Constitution, which enumerates the Fundamental Rights....

Last modified: 1st Sep 2021

Can Generic Trademarks be Protected in Indian Law?

Copyright Law

The purpose of this Note is to analyse the law relating to the trademarks, which are composed exclusively of generic terms or are descriptive of the nature of the goods or services and are in no way distinctive of the manufacturer or the service provider,...

Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

The Need for Section 3(D) of the Indian Patents Act

Commercial Law

The Indian Patents Act, 1970 which was based on the recommendations of the Ayyangar Committee, was enacted by the Indian government to put in place a patent regime that would encourage development of domestic pharmaceutical industry and make life saving drugs affordable for common people....

Last modified: 31st Aug 2021