DISCHARGE BY BREACH OF CONTRACT

DISCHARGE BY BREACH OF CONTRACT INTRODUCTION OF INDIAN CONTRACT ACT,1882 The breach of contract may be (I) actual (II) constructive or anticipatory. The actual breach may take place (a) at the time when the performance is due, or (b) when actually performing the contract. The constructive or anticipatory breach of contract, i.e. a breach before Read More

PLEDGE SECTION 172 TO 179

PLEDGE SECTION 172 TO 179 Section 172- ‘PLEDGE’, ‘PAWNOR’ AND ‘PAWNEE’ DEFINED—PLEDGE is a Bailment of Goods, By way of security for payment of a Debt or performance of a promise is called as ‘PLEDGE’. The Bailor is called as a ‘PAWNOR’ AND The Bailee is called as a ‘PAWNEE’. The property which is Bailed Read More

BAILMENT 148 TO 181

BAILMENT AND PLEDGE SECTION 148 TO 181 Presentation OF INDIAN CONTRACT ACT,1882 INTRODUCTION OF INDIAN CONTRACT ACT,1882 The term Bailment is gotten from French word “Bailor” – which intends To Deliver. Vow is a Bailment of products, by method for security for installment of a Debt or execution of a guarantee is called as ‘Promise’. Read More

WHAT IS CRIME INDIAN PENAL CODE

WHAT IS CRIME Crime is not defined anywhere in the subject. Jurists defined crime but it is not satisfactory. So, crime can be understood with its characteristics. There are two elements which are essential requirements of Crime:- 1. Mens Rea—Guilty Intention 2. Actus Reus—Physical Act MAXIM—actus non-facit reum nisi mens sitria—“Mere guilty intention is not Read More

DEFAMATION SECTION 499 | Indian Penal Code

DEFAMATION SECTION 499 Defamation means- There must be the making or publishing of an imputation concerning any person. The means of such imputation may be words spoken or written, signs or gestures or any visible representatives. Accused person must make such imputation with the intention of harming the reputation of that person. Then, such an Read More

GENERAL EXCEPTIONS SECTION-76-106

GENERAL EXCEPTIONS SECTION-76-106 Indian Penal Code- Abetment – Section. 107 to 120. The Chapter of General Exceptions is given under Section 76-106. This Chapter is considered as Heart and Soul of Indian Penal Code. Despite the fact that this section is a piece of Indian Penal Code, still it is material to all other Minor Read More

OUTRAGING MODESTY OF WOMAN SECTION-354

Modesty means feminine character present in a woman. Modesty of woman is considered to be from the birth of the woman child. 1.Accused person should use criminal force against a woman or assault that woman. 2.He must use criminal force or assault with a guilty intention or knowledge. 3.That accused person should use that criminal Read More

Section 100 Search, Criminal Procedure Code,1973

SEARCH SECTION 100 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF SEARCH—SECTION 100:-   This Section 100 deals with the procedure to be followed by the person conducting search. This procedure of conducting search is equally applicable to the search with warrant and to also the search without warrant. SEARCH WITH OR WITHOUT WARRANT THIS PROCEDURE HAS TO BE READ Read More

SEARCH WITH OR WITHOUT WARRANT

SEARCH WITH OR WITHOUT WARRANT. Criminal Procedure Code,1973 PROVISIONS OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE- CrPC,1973. 1. Criminal Procedure Code provides 5 methods for bringing the accused before the Court. 2. In the same manner Criminal Procedure Code provides 4 methods for the production of documents or things that are extremely important for the investigation or the Read More

Criminal Procedure Code, 1973-Appeal

APPEAL PROVISIONS OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE- CrPC,1973. Offer is a protestation made by the wronged from the choice of the lower court to the better court soliciting than amend the judgment from the lower court. Protest OF APPEAL- – Is to empower the better courts than correct the bad form caused to the oppressed people Read More

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