Conditions For a Valid Hindu Marriage and Divorce under Hindu Marriage Act.

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Introduction Hindu Marriage Act got commenced on 18th May 1955. It is applicable to all Hindus living in India and outside the territory of India. Hindu is not defined in the act but it states who is the person on whom the act applies. Central Bank of India v/s Ram Narain – In this case, […]

Rule of Absolute liability

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Introduction Indian law system derives a lot of its substance from the English law system but with certain certain consideration of Indian circumstances. Earlier Indian legal system only considered the doctrine of strict liability. As world started progressing and scientific development started happening, different countries adopted the principle of absolute liability . After the landmark […]

Communication, Acceptance and revocation in Contract Act, 1872

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Introduction The Indian Contract Act is one of the oldest mercantile laws of our country. It is the main law which regulates contracts in India. Indian Contract Act gives contractual rights to the citizens of India. It gives rights, duties and obligations to the parties of the contract to help them to conclude the business […]

Master and Servant Relationship

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Introduction Generally in law punishment is given to the person who does the act but in the case of vicarious liability the liability goes to a person because of the act done by another person. Vicarious liability arises only with a certain type of relationships.1) Principal and agent 2)Partners in Partnership firm 3) Master and […]

QUASI CONTRACT

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DEFINITION: Quasi contract is a contract which is created by the court when no such official contract exists between the parties and there exists a dispute within the parties regard to the payment for goods or services provided. Quasi contract exist by order of court not by agreement of the parties. Quasi contract is created […]