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Case Laws on Misfeasance

It means the "Improper performance of some lawful act." Misfeasance means carrying out legal and improper action, but it is done in such a way that it harms others or causes injury to other people. Sometimes an act of...

99th Constitutional Amendment Act

The NJAC proposes to make the appointment of the High Court and Supreme Court judges and chief justices more transparent. They will be selected by the commission, whose members will be drawn from the judiciary, legislature, and civil society....

Salient Features of Contract Labour Act

The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 was enacted to regulate the employment of contract Labour in certain establishments and to provide for its abolition in certain circumstances. The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act got the assent...

HLA Hart’s Concept of Law Summarized

Law is to be analyzed in terms of rules which are largely based upon Hart's theory of law. According to it, the rules are not concerned with what happens but with what has to be done. The Rules are...

CASE ANALYSIS: T. Sivakumar v The Inspector of Police & Ors

Citation: AIR 2012 Mad 62 FACTS OF THE CASE A father approached the Madras High Court to order the Inspector of Police (the first respondent) to ensure his daughter’s release from the custody of a father and his son (second...

Case Commentary: Bhagwandas Goverdhandas Kedia vs. Girdharilal Parshottamdas & Co. & Ors

Background For the formation of a contract, an offer must be made and accepted. The contract is deemed to be complete only when the acceptance of such offer is expressly or impliedly communicated to the offeror. The earlier laws regarding...

Analysis of Anita Bhandari Vs. Union of India AIR 2004 Gujarat 67

Introduction: Whoever does a wrongful act is held liable for it and is to pay compensation to the person harmed by his/her wrongful act. For e.g. A enters into the property of B without his permission, such an act of...

Primary Rule v. Secondary Rule: HLA Hart

Introduction  Sir Herbert Lionel Adolphus Hart (H.L.A.Hart) was a persuasive legal educator. Hart altered the techniques for jurisprudence and the way of thinking of law. He composed 'The Concept of Law' and made significant commitments to the political way of...

H.L.A.Hart’s Concept of Law – a Summary

Introduction  Jurisprudence is a name that is given to a particular sort of examination of the law, an examination of a theoretical, general, and hypothetical nature which tries to expose the fundamental standards of law and overall sets of laws....

Right to Education

Overview of Right to education and its legislation  The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education Act (RTE), is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted on 4 August 2009, which portrays the...

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