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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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Classification of Companies under Companies Act, 2013

A company is a voluntary association of persons who have come together to conduct business activities and earn a profit. It is an association of persons who have come together for a common purpose or objective. Section 2(20) of the Companies Act, 2013 defines the word “company” as “Company incorporated under this Companies Act, 2013 …

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The doctrine of Lis Pendens

The doctrine of Lis Pendens

“Doctrine of lis pendens” has been propounded under Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882. According to this doctrine “the transfer of the immovable property related to suit under consideration or proceedings can only be done by the order of the court otherwise not. In other words, it can be said that if …

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Rights of Unpaid Seller

As per contract of sale, a seller is bound to convey the goods sold and in return, the buyer is bound to pay the necessary price for that particular goods. This is called reciprocal promise [1]. There are some certain circumstances when a buyer fails to pay the necessary amount to the seller and the …

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