Unlawful Consideration and Object

This article is authored by Sujata Porwal, third year BA LLB (Hons.) student at Symbiosis Law School, Pune. The article presents a critical analysis of ‘Acceptance under Indian Contract Act, 1872’.  INTRODUCTION Acceptance has acquired a varied meaning under the Indian Contract Act, 1872 as compared to the common understandingContinue Reading

This article is written by Akhilandeswari Bonam, a student of Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Tirupati. INTRODUCTION Material Alteration is a party to the negotiable instrument. Material alteration can change the character of the instrument or the rights and obligations of the parties. An original instrument can be called an alteredContinue Reading

This article has been written by Shivani Kumari, a student of Lloyd law college, Greater Noida. This article will impress upon a type of contract which is contingent. Contingent contracts are uncertain contracts and depend upon the occurrence and non -occurrence of a certain event. INTRODUCTION  A contract is definedContinue Reading

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

This article is written by Anushka Singh, a second-year student pursuing BBA-LLB at Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University. INTRODUCTION Caveat Emptor is a Latin phrase which means ‘to let the buyer be aware’. It is a principle of contract law that places the onus on the buyer to performContinue Reading

This article has been written by Shivani Kumari, a first-year law student of Lloyd law college. The article enunciates about the preventive relief under part 3 of the specific relief Act, 1963. INTRODUCTION Specific Relief Act as the name suggests is an Act which deals with the recovery of damagesContinue Reading

This article is written by Akshaya V, CMR University, School of Legal Studies, Bangalore. SYNOPSIS – This article covers a trivial yet pertinent topic under the Sale of Goods Act, 1930. It talks about the vulnerability of the business of a seller in his commercial dealings with buyers and potentialContinue Reading

This article is written by Siddhi P. Nagwekar, a student at Karnataka State Law University’s Law School. This article discusses specific reliefs for the contracts like rectification, rescission and cancellation of instruments/contracts in the light of Indian legal framework while also  touching upon common law jurisprudence. INTRODUCTION Contract was aContinue Reading