Category: Contract LAW

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Can a bank retain property documents for use in another pending loan after a loan has been repaid? Bombay HC Opposes

27 June 2022 Can a bank retain property documents for use in another pending loan after a loan has been repaid? Bombay HC Opposes Sunil vs. Union Bank of India According to a decision by the Bombay High Court, a bank cannot claim a general lien on the title; papers of a borrower’s home even


INTRODUCTION The Partnership Act is a comprehensive structure for contractual and partner partnerships and the basis for the most common form of small business organization. The Indian Partnership Act enacted in the Year 1932 establishing the partnership law relating to the relationship between individuals who have decided to share the income of a business carried

Introduction to Law of Contract

Introduction To Law of Contract

Introduction A contract is an agreement between two entities or individuals, which serves as legal protection for both parties involved in a potential business deal. The contract is an agreement enforceable by law that offers personal rights and imposes personal obligations for the protection of the rights of the parties. The basic contract law depends

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