Voidable Agreement

Voidable Agreement | Overview Introduction Free consent Section 15 of the act Section 16 of the ACT Section 17 of the act Section 18 of the act Section 20 of the act Conclusion I. Introduction This article shall be explaining in a detailed manner the provisions relating to the voidable contracts. When contracts are entered but two parties……...

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Book Review – The Prince (Niccolò Machiavelli)

About the Author Niccolò Machiavelli is one of the finest plants to have grown in the extraordinarily fertile soil of Renaissance Florence, the city where he was born on May 3, 1469, and died on June 22, 1527. Like many of the other great artists, thinkers, and statesmen of his time, Machiavelli did not come from one of… Read More »

Gambling Laws in Kerala

According to the Supreme Court, if a game isn’t completely based on chance, then it’s not considered gambling. When we think about gambling, then places like Las Vegas and Monte Carlo come to mind. However, India, which is considered a comparatively conservative nation in the world, is also becoming a hot gambling destination especially after the advent of online… Read More »

The Lawfulness Of Object And Consideration | Section 23

This article ‘Lawfulness Of Object And Consideration’ shall be analysing what is considered as valid objective and consideration of a contract and what are the criteria through which it can be decided whether the objective and consideration are illegal or not. I. Introduction to the Lawfulness Of Object And Consideration This article shall be analysing what is considered……...

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Mediation

This article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of mediation. “Mediation” is also a well-known term and it denotes a method of non-binding dispute resolution where the neutral third party tries to help the disputing parties to arrive at a negotiated settlement. It is synonymous with the term `conciliation’. Mediation is a client-driven process. Here the parties appoint a……...

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Insurance Contract and Indemnity In India

I. Introduction The contract of indemnity as described in section 124 of the Indian Contract Act[1], is a contract between two parties where one party promises to indemnify the other party in case the later one suffers from any loss or to incur any kind of expenses or to protect him from any legal consequences which have been……...

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International Centres of Arbitration: Overview

This article discusses the international centres of arbitration. Arbitration has had an impact on solving international disputes in modern times especially because of the shift of the ideology of the nations in solving disputes from aggressive to peaceful methods. This has happened because of several reasons. The most important reason is that arbitration is non-aggressive law-binding, interactive, confidential,……...

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Provisions of Cr.P.C related to Mandatory and Discretionary Bail

Provisions of Cr.P.C related to Mandatory and Discretionary Bail | Overview Enlarged on Bail Bail: It’s Meaning Section 439 of CrPC Section 438 of CrPC Difference between Mandatory and Discretionary Bail Bail can be a matter of right or privilege granted by the courts. It is always dependant upon the nature and gravity of the offence. Therefore, the……...

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Nature & Definition of Law

Nature & Definition of Law | Overview Ideological Definitions Roman Definitions Ancient Indian Definitions Modern Definitions Positivistic Definition Sociological Definitions Realistic Definitions Nature of Law Law forms the subject matter of jurisprudence. Therefore, it is essential to examine the nature and definition of law. Many jurists have argued that there exists no exact definition of law. They have……...

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