Call for Papers – Symbiosis Student Law Review (Volume IV)

About Symbiosis Student Law Review: Symbiosis Student Law Review is a double-blind reviewed refereed annual academic journal, published by Faculty of Law, Symbiosis International (Deemed University) through Symbiosis Law School, Pune which seeks to provide a forum for creation and publication of original knowledge on various contemporary areas of Law. The Editorial Board consists of experts and scholars… Read More »

Concept and Definition of Pledge

Pledge is a special kind of bailment in which personal property is delivered as a security for the debt or engagement. Introduction In our day to day interactions, we undertake various contractual transactions with various types of people for various reasons knowingly or unknowingly. Undertaking a contractual relationship has become so common that people hardly realise that what… Read More »

GNLU – Training Programme on “Cross Border Challenges in Corporate Law”

GNLU Centre for Private International Law is going to organize a training programme on “Cross-Border Challenges in Corporate Law”. Date: 30th August – 1st September 2019 Duration: 14 Hours. About the Course: Given the continued effects of globalization and the increasing interconnectivity among the corporate sector and capital markets of various jurisdictions, the cross-border issues emanating from corporate… Read More »

Advocate Maximus Ratan K. Singh Arbitration-Mediation Competition 2019

About the Competition: The Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution Team (PACT) is going to organize the Advocate Maximus Ratan K. Singh Arbitration – Mediation Competition 2019. Dates: 7th – 10th December 2019 Venue: India International Centre, New Delhi Eligibility: Law students are encouraged to build a team comprising members from different law schools, different Universities, across national and international… Read More »

Void Agreements

The effect of terming any contracts as void contracts is that it would mean the contract never existed in the first place and either party doesn’t have to perform any obligations related to that contract. Introduction As we know, contractual agreements are entered into for the fulfilments of certain obligations are of interest to both the parties. And… Read More »

Contracts which need not be Performed

Though the contract act promotes the fulfilment of contractual obligations from both the parties but under certain circumstances not performing the contract won’t receive legal sanctions. Introduction – Contracts which need not be Performed Contracts are the pillars based on which commercial transactions between two parties are created. Contracts are entered between two parties on the intention that it… Read More »