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Nabha Power Ltd. V. Punjab State Power Corporation: Case Comment

Nabha Power Ltd. V. Punjab State Power Corporation Case Comment

The case of Nabha Power Ltd. v Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd. [1] is of remarkable significance in the domain of Law of Contracts. After a comprehensive analysis of domestic and international jurisprudences, the court elucidated the methodology for the interpretation of implied terms in a contract. The Court opined in the concerned case, a …

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State Of Bombay V. The Hospital Mazdoor Sabha: Case Analysis

Conflicts between the management of any industry and the workers unions have been taking place for a very long time now. To combat such disputes, the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, was enacted. Through implementation of this Act, several tribunals were set up to resolve issues such as wages, improper termination, etc. This was a special …

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Case: Relinquishment of Title and Interest in the Joint Property 

The article talks about the relinquishment of a title and interest in the joint property which sometimes creates confusion between a deed of conveyance and a release deed. A relinquishment deed is a legal document/instrument in which a person legally or formally relinquishes or releases his legal rights to the property being surrendered in the …

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Case Analysis: Joseph Shine v Union of India

The term ‘adultery’ is derived from the French word ‘avoutre’, which evolved from the Latin word ‘adulterium’ which means ‘to corrupt'[1]. Adultery is extramarital sex and is considered to be objectionable on the ground of social, religious, moral, and legal aspects. The article is a detailed analysis of the case of Joseph Shine v Union …

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Case Analysis: Tulk v. Moxhay

This case is a landmark English law case  Tulk v. Moxhay [1] where it was established that there are several instances and occasions where the equitable covenants can be binding on the future purchasers or buyers of the property that is to say that this runs with the land. The case primarily focuses on Section …

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Nabha Power Ltd. V. Punjab State Power Corporation: Case Comment

The case of Nabha Power Ltd. v Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd. [1] is of remarkable significance in the domain of Law of Contracts. After a comprehensive analysis of domestic and international jurisprudences, the court elucidated the methodology for the interpretation of implied terms in a contract. The Court opined in the concerned case, a …

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Eastern Book Company v DB Modak

The appellants in this book company case[1] were publishing and printing various books related to law. The Eastern Book Company is highly renowned for publishing the law report “Supreme Court Cases”. The appellant publishes orders, short judgements and recordings of the judgements; the term SCC was introduced by the appellant and henceforth has been used …

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Indore Development Authority Vs Manoharlal & Ors. : Land Acquisition Act

The Court clarified the correct interpretation of Section 24(2) of the 2013 Land Acquisition Act. Among other things, it held that land acquisition proceedings cannot lapse merely because the State could not deposit compensation in a landowner’s account.     Important Statute Section 24 of the LA Act deals with lapse in certain cases.  In case the …

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National Legal Service Authority v Union Of India: Case Analysis

The landmark judgement of NALSA v. Union of India[1] recognized the transgender identity as the third gender. It was delivered on 15th April 2014, by a Division Bench comprising Justice A. K. Sikri and Justice K. S. Radhakrishnan. Members of the Transgender community filed a writ petition demanding legal recognition of their right to choose …

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