Estoppel Section 13 And Section 43 Of T.P.Act.

Estoppel may work by method for keeping somebody from affirming a specific certainty in court, or practicing a specific right, or bringing a specific claim.The tenet of estoppel (which may keep a gathering from attesting a right) is frequently mistaken for the principle of waiver (which identifies with giving up a privilege once it has …

RESJUDICATA SECTION 11. CPC,1908

Resjudicata means — Res – A thing Judicata- Already decided. According to section 11—“No court shall try any suit or issue in which the subject matter and parties are the same and had already been tried by the court of competent jurisdiction. INTRODUCTION OF INDIAN CONTRACT ACT,1882 PROVISIONS UNDER SECTION 11 CPC,1908. The provisions of …

CONTRACT LAW,1872. CONSIDERATION

Introduction of indian contract act INTRODUCTION OF CONSIDERATION: According to section 10 of Indian Contract Act, ‘Consideration’ is one of the essential elements of a valid contract. In the words of Blackstone- “A consideration of some sort or other is so necessary to the forming of a contract, that a nudum pactum, or agreement to …

Shin-Chan Title Track In Hindi

Say hello! hello – Shin Chan We Love You Shin Chan Forever and ever! Say hello! hello – Shin Chan Searching for inconvenience he’s your man Say hello! hello – Shin Chan He’s breaking the guidelines as well as can be expected a smidgen of discourteous a smidgen of unrefined he’s the child with a …

RECIPROCAL OR MUTUAL PROMISES OF ICA,1970

EXAMPLE:  ‘A’ promises to deliver a watch to ‘B’. ‘B’ promises to pay 100/-rs to ‘A’. Reciprocal or Mutual promises means- Promise to a Promise   INTRODUCTION OF INDIAN CONTRACT ACT,1882 Three Kinds — 1.      MUTUAL AND INDEPENDENT — Where each party has got a duty to discharge his obligation without waiting for the other …

PROVISIONS OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE- CrPC,1973.

Police have power to do Search and Seizure of the articles relating to crimes. A procedure have to be followed for Search and Seizure and Warrant of arrest. It has been given from Section. 91 to 105 of Cr.P.C. It includes following  points :- Summons to produce—Section. 91 and 92; Search Warrant – Section. 93 …

PUBLIC TRANQUILITY Sections. 141 – 160

Chapter-VIII explains the provisions about the offences against the public tranquility. This Chapter contains Sections 141 to 160. The Unlawful Assembly, Rioting, Affray, etc., are the main offences. These offences are injurious to the public peace. For the development of a society, there must be peace in the society.  SECTION 142—BEING THE MEMBER OF UNLAWFUL …

Maintenance Under Cr.PC,1973

The Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr.P.C ) is the principle enactment on method for organization of substantive criminal law in India. It was established in 1973 and came into drive on 1 April 1974. The Criminal Procedure Code, 1861 was passed by the British parliament. The 1861 code proceeded after freedom and was changed in …

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE,2005

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Section 3 of Domestic Violence Act, 2005 –   Any act, omission or commission or conduct of the respondent shall amount to domestic violence in certain circumstances, these circumstances include causing physical abuse, sexual abuse, verbal and emotional or economic abuse. “physical abuse” includes causing bodily pain, harm or danger to life, limb …

THE TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT,1882.

THE TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT, 1882 INTRODUCTION – The Transfer of Property Act consists of 137 sections. Section 5 to 53.A deals with General Principles relating to conveyance of property. Section 54 to 137 deals with Specific Transfers. Prior to 1882, in Hindu and Mohammedan laws- Personal laws and local customs were used. For this …

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