Category: General Laws


Eviction of Tenant in India  Giving property on rent is one of the easiest ways to earn money. But for the eviction of the tenant, it becomes difficult. The process of eviction of a tenant becomes more tedious when the tenant is not agreeing to vacant the house. It is important that the property must

An Overview on Employer- Employee Agreement

 Introduction An employment agreement is an agreement which is signed by person recruiting and person giving consent to giving his services to a recruiter. The terms of an employer and employee’s agreement depend upon nature, services rendered. Therefore, the agreement includes the duration for the exchange of services for the remuneration offered to the employee. The statutes


 Introduction In the present world scenario, both the International market and International trade have a great influence over human civilization because it makes human beings, both economically and socially, interdependent. An Italian automobile company like Ferrari is using the technology provided by International software giant of Indian origin like Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and the

Why Lower Courts are bound by the decision of Higher Courts?

Introduction The Supreme Court is the highest authority in deciding any case.  Article 141 of the Indian Constitution states that the law declared by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts within the territory of India. The legal terminology terms this principle as “stare decisis”. It comes from a Latin phrase i.e. “stare

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