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Category: Law Notes

A collection of law notes at hand at any moment for a quick understanding of all the vital details related to the subject matter.

Quick Detailed Brief On Labour Courts

Introduction The labour court is an important organisation for resolving disputes and enforcing labour rules. With jurisdiction over a wide range of employment related cases, including pay disputes, wrongful dismissals and collective bargaining agreements, the labour court plays an important role in protecting both workers and employers rights. The court […]

Article 13

Article 13 Laws Inconsistent with or in Derogation of the Fundamental Rights  Article 13 : Laws Inconsistent with or in Derogation of the Fundamental Rights  Doctrine of Eclipse Doctrine of Eclipse  Article 13 (1) of this part provides that all laws in force in the territory of India immediately before […]

Doctrine Of Ultra Vires

Doctrine Of Ultra Vires

Explanation of Doctrine Of Ultra Vires with Landmark Case Law Doctrine of Ultra Vires‘Ultra’ means ‘beyond’ and ‘vires’ means ‘powers’. The term ultra vires for a company means actswhich are beyond the legal power and authority of the company, if an act is ultra vires it does notcreate any legal […]

Doctrine Of Indoor Management

Doctrine of Indoor Management

Explanation of Doctrine Of Indoor Management with Landmark Case law Doctrine Of Indoor Management Indoor Management Doctrine of indoor management protects the interests of the outsiders, As per this doctrine the outsider is not suppose to have the knowledge regarding the internal management and functioningof the company and his or […]


gift deed format

Important Highlights 1. Under Section 122 of the Transfer of Property Act, a Gift is the transfer of certain existing movable or immovable property made voluntarily and without consideration by one person called the Donor to another person called Donee and accepted by or on behalf of the Donee. 2. […]

Types of Contracts

types of contracts

A. Basis of Enforceability.i. Valid contract.ii. Void contract.iii. Voidable contract.iv. Illegal contract.v. Unenforceable contract. B. Basis of Formation.i. Express contractii. Implied contractiii. Tacit contractiv. Quasi-contractv. E contract C. Basis of Performance.i. Executedii. Executory a. Unilateral b. Bilateral A. Basis of Enforceability. i. Valid Contract. ICA, 2(h) All essential elements of […]