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 […]

JUDICIAL SEPARATION IN HINDU LAW

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INTRODUCTION: Judicial separation is a way through which the two parties that are engaged through marriage can seek permission from the court for not being bound to cohabit with each other, it is a lot to offer sometime between the two parties for introspection if they have troubled marriage. Through this the law allows husband […]

CONCEPT OF HIBA UNDER MUSLIM LAW

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Introduction Under Muslim law Hiba is characterized as “an individual is permitted to legitimately make an endowment of his property to someone else during his lifetime or he may move it by method of will” which will produce results after his demise. A Muslim man can give whole of his property during lifetime, while one-third […]

SCHOOLS OF JURISPRUDENCE

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INTRODUCTION The study of jurisprudence begins with the Romans. It is defined as “the observation of things human and divine, the knowledge of the just and unjust” by one of the Roman Jurist. The term jurisprudence derived from Latin word “jurisprudential” which means knowledge of law. Initially, jurisprudence was conferred with morality. However, it was […]