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Bailment – Concept and Meaning

Introduction and Meaning Bailment is a kind of activity in which the property of one person temporarily goes into the possession of another. The ownership of the property remains with the giver, wh…

Legality of Object

Section 23 of the Indian Contract Act has specified certain considerations and objects as unlawful. The consideration or objects of an agreement is lawful, unless- it is forbidden by law; is of suc…

Law of Agency

This article presents a brief analysis of the Law of Agency under the Indian Contract Act and focuses upon the role of agents and principal with the third person.  In the contracts of the agency, t…

OFFER AND ACCEPTANCE

The most basic and essential element of a valid contract is that there should be an offer made and an acceptance of the same. The intention to create a legal obligation is necessary for the existen…

Remedies For The Breach Of Contract

Introduction Discharge of contract means termination of the contractual relationship between the parties. There are listed methods through which a contract can get discharged, and out of which disc…

FREE CONSENT

Introduction to Free Consent According to Section 13, ” two or more persons are said to be consented when they agree upon the same thing in the same sense (Consensus-ad-idem). According to Se…

MISTAKE

Introduction to Mistake Section 21 of Indian Contract Act, 1872 defines ‘Effect of mistake as to law’ as follows “A contract is not voidable because it was caused by a mistake as to any law in forc…