Doctrine Of Legitimate Expectation In India

Introduction The Doctrine of Legitimate Expectation forms is a crucial concept in Administrative Law. Not only is it important to study this doctrine from a theoretical point of view, but is also extremely important in practical life. The doctrine of …

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Legislation As A Source Of Law

Introduction The term “legislation” refers to the act of making laws. “Legis” means law, and “Latum” means making, hence it implies lawmaking. Legislation is the way of making laws in which the competent authority is responsible for drafting and enacting …

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Legal Services Authorities Act 1987 – An Overview

Introduction The colonization of India by Britishers had led to a massive transformation in our administrative, legal and economical systems. During 7th August 1978, as a result of abrogation of the informal dispute resolution system and the implementation of the …

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Labour Movement In India

Introduction In a globalized world, it is important to protect the interests of workers along with that of industrialists. A trade union is an organized association of workers in a trade or in a profession that is formed to form …

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Difference Between Sale And Agreement To Sell

Introduction We hear the term “sale” in our day-to-day dealings with the local vendors, traders, etc. Owing to the fact that we tend to use this word so casually, we often confuse “sale” with an “agreement to sell”. Irrespective of …

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Pigeon Hole Theory Under Law of Tort

Introduction The argument or debate encircling whether it is the law of ‘tort’ or the law of ‘torts’ seems to be unsettled and never ending. This may seem like a pointless debate over the use of the letter ‘s’, but …

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Essential Elements Of Valid Contract

Introduction According to Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, a contract refers to an agreement enforceable by law. As clear from the usage of the phrase ‘enforceable by law’, such an agreement not backed by the provisions of …

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Family Court Act 1984 – An Overview

Introduction The Family Court Act 1984 was enacted for the establishment of Family Courts with an aim to promote conciliation and speedy settlement of disagreement relating to marriage and family affairs and for related matters. The enactment of this Act …

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Misuse Of Gender Laws By Women

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice system everywhere. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly”. – Martin Luther King Jr. Recently, two law students have knocked on the doors of the Supreme Court seeking to reexamine the laws for …

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