Res Sub Judice and Res Judicata

Introduction: One of the Yardsticks of Assessing the Functioning of the courts is to assess the ‘Judicial Efficiency’. The Judicial Efficiency is not only dependent on the working of the judges and…

Important definitions under CPC

Section 2 of Civil Procedure Code provides definitions relating to the civil law. This article describes some of the important definitions described in CPC. Introduction The Civil procedure code wa…

THE DOCTRINE OF RENVOI

INTRODUCTION Being one of the most theoretically challenging concepts in private international law, generations of conflict-of-laws scholars have debated the question and concept of Renvoi. It is t…

Introduction to Civil Procedure Code

The Civil Procedure Code was passed in 1908 and came into force from 1st January 1909. The Civil Procedure Code neither creates nor takes away any right. It is intended to regulate the procedures f…

Appeals

INTRODUCTION The judicial process in India depends on the application of ‘judicial mind’ and ‘judicial reasoning’ to decide a dispute. This application of mind is made by the judge, who hears the c…

MAJORITY POWERS AND MINORITY RIGHTS

INTRODUCTION In the corporate world, all democratic decisions and management of a company are made with the majority rule which is deemed to be fair and justified. Majority power has great importan…