This research article is written by Akshat Manish Mehta, a student of the Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. In this article he has tried to mention when freedom to enter into the contract could be limited or restricted because of Vitiated Consent, Unlawful Consideration or Unlawful Object through someContinue Reading

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This Article is written by Akanksha Chowdhury from Amity University, Kolkata. The Article talks about International Humanitarian Law and also two important principles governing it. INTRODUCTION International Humanitarian Law or IHL is known as the laws relating to war or the law of armed conflict, is a legal framework whichContinue Reading

This case analysis is written by Akshaya V, a student at CMR University, School of Legal Studies, Bangalore. INTRODUCTION A person committing a tort (civil wrong) is held liable for damages. However, when the person to whom the harm is caused consents to the infliction of such harm, he isContinue Reading

This article is written by Siddhi P. Nagwekar, a student of Karnataka State Law University’s Law School. This article discusses the General Principles of International Law and helps understand its functionalities as a source of International Law. INTRODUCTION The ‘general principles’ can be regarded either as a descriptive or aContinue Reading

This article has been written by Shivani Kumari, a first-year law student of Lloyd law college. The article enunciates about the transfer petition which is the remedy for the inconvenience suffered by one of the parties to a case and helps to transfer the case from one court to theContinue Reading