Environmental Protection Act,1986

THE ENVIRONMENT (PROTECTION) ACT, 1986 (EPA)  Introduction The Environment (Protection) Act  was enacted in the year 1986. It was enacted with the main objective to provide the protection and impro…

ACCOMPLICE EVIDENCE

An accomplice means a person who has taken part in the commission of a crime. When an offence is committed by more than one person in concert, every one participating in its commission is an accomp…

PRESUMPTION OF FACTS

Section 114: Court may presume existence of certain facts– The Court may presume the existence of any fact which it thinks likely to have happened, regard being had to the common course of na…

List of Landmark Judgments

I. C. Golaknath & Ors v. State Of Punjab & Anrs. 1967 AIR 1643                                                                            In a land mark judgment […]

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Factories Act,1948

OBJECT AND SCOPE OF THE ACT The main object of the Factories Act, 1948 is to ensure adequate safety measures and to promote the health and welfare of the workers employed in factories. The Act also…

Trade Union Act

Trade Union means “any combination, whether temporary or permanent, formed primarily for the purpose of regulating the relations between workmen and employers or between workmen and workmen o…

Minimum Wages Act

OBJECT AND  SCOPE OF THE LEGISLATION The Minimum Wages Act was passed in 1948 and it came into force on 15th March, 1948. The National Commission on Labour has described the passing of the Act as l…

Payment of Wages Act

OBJECT AND SCOPE The main object of the Act is to eliminate all malpractices by laying down the time and mode of payment of wages as well as securing that the workers are paid their wages at regula…

Workmen Compensation Act

WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION ACT Introduction: The Workmen’s Compensation Act (Act VIII of 1923) came into force from 1st July, 1924. It applies to the whole of India, including the State of …

Introduction & Nature of Contract

The Contract Act, 1872 provides the legal framework for the formulation of trade, business and commercial relations and transactions in which contract is involved. The provisions of the Act and pri…

Essential Elements of a valid Contract

A contract comes into existence only when all the terms an conditions have been finalised. All the essential elements must co-exist in order to make a valid contract. According to Section 10, ̶…

Performance of Contract

Performance of Contracts A contract being an agreement enforceable by law, creates a legal obligation, which subsists until discharge. Performance of the promise or promises remaining to be perform…

Breach of Contract

Breach means failure of a party to perform his or her obligation under a contract. Breach of contract may arise in two ways: (1) Anticipatory breach of contract (2) Actual breach of contract Antici…

Contingent Contract

What is a Contingent Contract? A contract may be absolute or a contingent. An Absolute contract is one where the promisor undertakes to perform the contract in any event without any condition. Wher…

Legal Word, Phrases & Maxims

A Fortiori By so much the stronger reason, i.e., all the more A Posteriori Argument from the consequence to the antecedent A Priori Deductive; from earlier i. e., original or antecedent; argument f…

Criminal Revision

  IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT HYDERABAD CRIMINAL REVISIONAL JURISDICTION In the matter of an application U/Sec. 439, Cr. P.C. Rajasekhara Rao, residing at Nacharam, Hyderabad           …