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Indian Contract Act, 1872: Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Law of Contracts

Indian Contract Act, 1872: Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Law of Contracts BY: ANIRUDH AGRAWAL   By LAWNN intern: Anirudh Agrawal       Balfour vs. Balfour 2 KB...

Law of Contract: Types of Contract & Cases under The Indian Contract Act, 1872

TYPES OF CONTRACTS:Types of Contract & Cases under The Indian Contract Act, 1872   Types of contracts in contract are: On the basis of Formation, On...

The Law Of Contract 1872: Consideration In a Contract

Law Of Contract 1872: CONSIDERATION   INTRODUCTION: Consideration is one of the sixth essential element for the formation of a valid contract. It is simply the exchange...

Law Of Contract 1872: Offer, Acceptance & Revocation

Law Of Contract 1872: CONTRACT OFFER, ACCEPTANCE & REVOCATION   DEFINITION OF CONTRACT:  According to Section 2(H) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 A contract is an...

Difference between Common Intention & Common Object

Difference between Common Intention & Common Object Difference between Common Intention & Common Object COMMON INTENTION - Section 34 of IPC defines Common Intention Based...

Difference between Rectification & Rescission

Difference between Rectification & Rescission Difference between Rectification & Rescission RECTIFICATION - There is a presumption of a complete...

Difference between Contingent Contract & Wagering Agreement

Difference between Contingent Contract & Wagering Agreement Difference between Contingent Contract & Wagering Agreement CONTINGENT CONTRACT - Contingent Contract...

Contract (Defined)

   Contract (Definition)   The term Contract has been defined under Section 2 (h) of the Indian Contract Act ,1872. It defines a Contract as an Agreement...

Contract of guarantee, surety, principal debtor and creditor (Defined)

Contract of guarantee, surety, principal debtor and creditor (Defined) Section 126, under Chapter VIII of The Indian Contract Act, 1872 defines the Contract of guarantee,...

Contract of indemnity (Defined)

  Contract of indemnity (Defined) Section 124, under Chapter VIII of the Indian Contract Act, 1872,  the contract of indemnity, is defined and explained. It is a...

Contingent Contract (Defined)

  Contingent Contract (Defined) Contingent Contract is defined under section 31, Chapter III of The Indian Contract Act, 1872. A "Contingent Contract" is a contract to do...

Misrepresentation (Meaning & Definition)

Misrepresentation (Meaning & Definition) Section 18 of The Indian Contract Act, 1872 defines and explains the term Misrepresentation. The term "Misrepresentation terms and includes- (1) the positive...

FRAUD (Meaning & Definition)

FRAUD (Meaning & Definition) FRAUD (Meaning & Definition) Section 17 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 explains and defines the term "Fraud". In law, the term...

Audi alteram partem – Meaning

A Audi alteram partem- Meaning This is a Latin phrase, which means, "hear the other side too". This rule is a Rule of Law and a...

Indian Contract Act 1872 – Indian Kanoon

INDIAN CONTRACT ACT 1872 MEANING AND DEFINITION OF CONTRACT UNDER THE INDIAN CONTRACT ACT 1872-   The definition of Contract is given under S.2(h) of the Indian...

Indian Contract Act 1872-Introduction – Indian Kanoon

INDIAN CONTRACT ACT 1872   INTRODUCTION- The Indian Contract Act, 1872 is an act which specifies and deals with the principles of the Law of Contract. This...

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