Doctrine of Part Performance

Introduction There are some instances while performing a contract for sale. The doctrine of part performance deals with the provision where one party has performed his part of the contract and the other party breaches the contract. This is essential on the part of the transferee because he had already done his part of the

Ayodhya Act: Trust for Temple Construction

A historic judgment passed by the Supreme Court on 09.11.2019 declares that the disputed land will be provided to the Hindu deity, Ram Lalla. The Central Government has been given the responsibility to formulate a scheme for setting up a trust which shall be transferred to the possession of the inner and outer courtyards. This

Problems with the Arbitration process

The objective of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 is to enhance the speedy, fair, and cost-effective trial so that the burden of the Courts is reduced. Lawyers have been encouraging parties to have an arbitration agreement in all their business transaction documents but even after 23 years of the enforcement of the Act, there

Freedom of Opinion vs. Right to Privacy

In India, many cases have been filed demanding the urgency to eliminate the online anonymity by prescribing the mandatory linkage of email IDs with various Government ID proofs.  Different petitions have been filed to link social media accounts with that of Aadhar. All these linking of accounts are because the cyber crimes in India are

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