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Remedies For Breach Of Contract – Notes

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Remedy means a course of action available to an aggrieved party when other party breaches the contract. Remedies for breach of contract: Rescission of contract Suit for damage Suit for specific performance Suit for injunction Quantum merit Recission Of Contract – Section 39 It means right to party to cannot contract. In case of breach …

The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 – Notes

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In India, regarding motor vehicles, the fist statute was the Indian Motor Vehicles Act, 1914, which later on, as amended by the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939. In spite of several amendments made in the act of 1939, due to improvement in road net-work of the country, the necessity for passengers and hire-management. change in the …

Indian Penal Code (I.P.C.)

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The Indian Penal Code came into existence with effect from 1-1-1862. In the year 1833, the first law commission was constituted under the chairmanship of Lord Mancanlley,  Mecloyed, Enderson and Millet were the members of the law commission. The commission has prepared the draft of Indian Penal Code. Before we study the Act, it is …

Types Of Contracts in India

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There are four types of contracts:- On the basis of creation On the basis of validity On the basis of execution On the basis of liability   CONTRACTS ON THE BASIS OF CREATION Express contract:- A contract made by the word spoken or written. According to Sec. 9 in so far as the proposal or …

Indian Contract Act, 1872

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Introduction to Indian Contract Act The law relating to contracts in India is contained in the Indian Contract Act, 1872. The Act was passed by British India and is based on the principles of English common law. It is applicable to all the states of India except the state of Jammu & Kashmir. It determines …

Environmental Protection Law

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What is Environmental Protection Law? Environmental Protection Law is the sine qua non for growth and development of any nation. In the absence of effective/appropriate legal machinery, environmental standards cannot be maintained. Many states, as part of national concern, took steps to increase the scope and effectiveness of protection laws. India passed about 200 Central …

Case Study: MC Mehta VS union of India (1987)

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The petitioner MC Mehta, an Advocate, Supreme Court filed a public interest litigation petition in the Supreme Court under Article 32 of the Constitution. Facts of the case:- On the midnight of 2/3-12-1984, there was a leakage of poisonous gas (methyl isocyanate) from Union Carbide Corporation India Limited, located at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, which is …

Environment Protection Act, 1986

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The burning problem of the present day is environmental pollution. In pursuance of the Stockholm Declarations, 1972, several legislations were passed for protection and improvement of the environment. According to N.D. Tiwari Committee’s Report, nearly 200 Central and State legislation are passed in India. Prominent among them are 12, of which the present Environment Protection …

Environmental Court Notes

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Environmental pollution is a serious threat to the survival of the human race and hence the State is shouldered with the responsibility to eradicate the same by-passing appropriate legislation and establishing the environmental court. The Stockholm Declaration 1972, also envisaged the passing of environmental legislation and establishment of special courts by all States to deal …

Citizenship

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In simple words, A citizen of a state is a person who enjoys filling civil and political rights in a country. The fundamental rights are available to the citizen only are (Article 15, Article 16, Article 19, Article 29 and 30). Aliens do not enjoy these rights. Not only rights there are certain officers which …