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NCLAT: Cyrus Mistry’s removal from Tata Sons is Illegal, Restore him as Exec. Chairman at Tata Sons

In a dramatic turn of event, Cyrus Mistry has been restored by the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on Wednesday, 18 December 2019, as the Executive Chairman of Tata Sons. NCLAT also held the appointment of N Chandrasekaran...

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NICARAGUA VS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

BRIEF FACTS OF THE CASE - The case is primarily concerned with the military and paramilitary activities conducted by the...

CASE COMMENT ON BALFOUR VS BALFOUR

FACTS OF THE CASE Mr. Statesman worked for the Govt. in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) Mrs. Statesman was living with him. Within the year 1915, they...

CONTRACT OF PLEDGE

According to Chapter IX under section 172 of the Indian Contract Act, the bailment of goods for payment of a debt or performance of...

Zee Telefilms Ltd. v. Sundial Communications Private Limited

FACTS: The company of the plaintiff, named sundial communication private Limited was involved in the video making program, multimedia, serials for television production etc....

Pledge by Non-Owners

Introduction: The Indian Contract Act, 1872 defines the term pledge in section 172 as “The bailment of goods as security for payment of a debt...