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Essentials of Contract of Sale

Introduction Every day, hundreds and thousands of sale transactions take place worldwide. Buying and selling of goods have existed since the first societies came into being, and the initial system of barter was replaced by minted currency once a standardised …

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Difference Between General Lien And Particular Lien

Abstract Rising disputes under the Contract law are a significant concern under smooth trade practices. Many times, disputes may arise out of uncertainty about Lien and pledge. The confusions may extend to the scope of ‘General Lien’ and ‘Particular Lien’. …

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Difference Between Tort And Contract

Introduction India is a country where there is a diverse culture and social behavior. India has one of the oldest and finest legislation in the world that pertains to various laws and regulations. Laws are evolving day-to-day and all laws …

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Difference Between Offer And Invitation To Offer

Introduction Every human establishes contracts in his daily existence. With the growth of trade, commerce, and industry in contemporary society, man’s ability to make contracts improves. People can strike the finest bargain to contract because of the law’s conferment and …

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Duties Of An Agent In A Contract Of Agency

Introduction to Contract of Agency A contract of agency is a special contractual arrangement in which one person appoints another to act on his behalf in transactions.[1] The principal is the individual who appoints the other to handle his business. …

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Rights of Bailee Under India Contract Act, 1872

Introduction  Each there, there are so many cases of bailment then whether it’s one small matter or a big matter. The word ‘bailment’ has been originated from the French word ‘bailler’ which means ‘to deliver’. The term has been described …

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