Nemo Judex In Causa Sua – An Analysis

Introduction Legal maxims are well-established legal ideas which are usually expressed in Latin form to guide courts around the world in applying the laws in a fair and equitable manner to resolve matters before them. “NEMO JUDEX IN CAUSA SUA” …

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Rights And Liabilities of Mortgagee in India

Introduction In layman’s language mortgage is an agreement between the borrower and the money lender/financier/banker, where the lender is empowered to seize the mortgaged property of the borrower in default of repayment of the debt with interest. In other words, …

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Administrative Tribunals In India

India is the largest democracy in the world. It is governed by the Constitution of India (1950) (hereinafter referred to as the “Constitution”), which is also referred to as the grundnorm. In order to ensure smooth functioning, the power of …

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Difference Between Holder And Holder In Due Course

Introduction Negotiable instruments are a very important tool in the world of business and finance. This financial tool helps the parties of business in doing business with ease. A negotiable instrument is a document which has financial value and is …

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Difference Between Motive And Intention

Introduction In Criminal Law, the terms Motive and Intention represent two distinct meanings, although they are used interchangeably in some places. Intention and Motive are two distinct states of mind that are connected to our actions.  The intention is one …

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Doctrine of Respondeat Superior

Introduction Liability forms the focal point of Civil Law. According to Salmond, ‘liability is the bond of necessity that exists between the wrongdoer and the remedy of the wrong’. Liability is often bifurcated into various kinds. In civil proceedings, liability can …

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