The contract of guarantee is one of the most prominent and important topics under the Indian Contract Act, 1872. This Article explores the meaning,...
Types of Partners in the Partnership Firm under the Contract Law
When two or more persons agree to operate and manage a business altogether and...
The doctrine of Privity of contract under the Indian Contract Act, 1872
Contracts constitute a daily part of business dealings, whether expressly or impliedly. One...
Reconstitution of a Partnership Firm: Basic provisions under Contract law
Modes of reconstitution recognized under Indian law
(i) Admission of a new partner (Section...
“Every pledge is a bailment but every bailment is not a pledge.”
A pledge is often known as a special kind of bailment and the...
Essential Features of Bailment
Difference between Bailment and License
Difference between Bailment and Sale
Duties of Bailor and Bailee
Rights of Bailor...
What are the liabilities imposed on Partners when dealing with third parties?
Does the Indian Partnership Act impose any liability on the...
The phrase “passing of property in the goods” implies “transfer of ownership in the goods” which has been provided under the Sale of Goods...
“Let the buyer beware.”
The doctrine of caveat emptor lays down a fundamental principle that a buyer shall be aware of his responsibility to check...
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