Category: Legal Articles

Free Consent as an Essential for a valid Contract: An Analysis with special reference to Indian Cases

Author: Bhavya Dayal INTRODUCTION The Indian Contract Act of 1872 governs contracts in India. The Act states that no contract shall be made unless both parties are fully committed and willing to have the contract legally enforceable. As a result, the concept of free consent becomes extremely important. Section 12[1] of the Indian Contract Act


Author: Aditi Sinha INTRODUCTION: Insolvency is a state or position where once liabilities exceed once realizable assets and thereby by making the person unable to pay his debts. With the world being a globalized one it is common for companies to have assets in more than one country thus leading to the issue of cross-border

Overview of Banking Laws in India

Author: Ridhi Malhotra Indian Banking System Indian Banking System throughout the previous two centuries has seen numerous turns of events. The principal banks were The General Bank of India which began in 1786 and the Bank of Hindustan. From that point, three administration banks to be specific the Bank of Bengal (this bank was initially


Author: Bhavya Dayal Humans frequently forget that the pain and feelings that animals experience are the same feelings that humans experience when subjected to the same level of cruelty, abuse, and torture. Animals are treated as a commodity in India. Countless dogs, monkeys, and other animals are burned, buried, cut open, poisoned, starved, and drugged

Gender law- Blessing or evil?

Author: Priti Poddar In India, many laws have been enacted to safeguard women. Women have been discovered to be the victims of abuse in the past and present. As a result, our legislators were compelled to include, among other things, gender-specific rules that would protect women. With time, these statutes have undergone numerous changes. Every


Author: Ayushi Kumari (The ICFAI University, Dehradun) INTRODUCTION Malicious prosecution and arrest, as well as malicious bankruptcy and liquidation procedures (civil proceedings), malicious execution of process against property, and malicious search, are all examples of malicious processes. The malicious aim of unsuccessful criminal, bankruptcy, or liquidation actions against someone without reasonable or probable grounds is

President’s rule and the Indian Federalism: A Critical Analysis of Article 356 of The Indian Constitution

Author: Pari Agrawal TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Introduction Research Problem Existing Legal Situation Literature Review Scope and Objectives Research Questions Hypothesis Research Methodology What is an Emergency? Types of Emergencies National Emergency State Emergency Financial Emergency Justiciability of Proclamation under Article 356 S. R. Bommai v Union of India Misuse of Powers Political Misuse of

Vicarious Liability of the State

Author: Sachi Upadhyay The legal adage “Qui facit via alium facit per se,” which means “he who acts through another performs the deed himself,” and respondeat superior which the superior’s responsibility for their subordinate’s actions, or, in a broader sense, the responsibility of any third party who had the “right, ability, or duty to control”


Author: Kritika Soni INTRODUCTION The Law of Torts recognizes a number of actions in trespass. This research note deals with the tort of Trespass to Person. It’s the direct and intentional interference with an individual’s bodily integrity or the apprehension of injury to oneself. This is perhaps the reason why a remedy against this tort