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Rights of the Pawnor & Pawnee

Introduction This article shall be concerned only in regard to the right of the pawnor and pawnee. Pledge is a special kind of bailment in which personal property is delivered as a security for the debt or engagement. This type of contract exists so that the interest of both the parties are secured; pawnor’s interest is secured in sense,… 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 »

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 »