The Supreme Court dealt with the issue relating to Scope and meaning of the expression Shared Household vis-à-vis question as to whether in the property (ies) wherever the husband and wife lived together last becomes […]
Sections 73 and 74 of Contract Act contemplates that in a contract the party who suffers by such breach is entitled to receive compensation for any loss which naturally arises in the usual course of […]
It is the duty of the Competition Commission to eliminate practices having adverse effect on competition, promote and sustain competition, protect the interests of consumers and ensure freedom of trade in the markets of India.
There cannot be any comprehensive definition of the concept of ‘mental Cruelty’ within which all kinds of cases of mental cruelty can be covered. An attempt is however made to incorporate certain tests which would […]
Certain restrictions are imposed on sale of shares of public limited companies under the purview of Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956 (hereinafter referred to as Regulation Act). They could not be sold through private arrangement […]
The Competition Commission of India in the matter of Belaire Owner’s Association Vs DLF Limited had the occasion to examine the buyer’s Agreement executed between M/s DLF Limited and its consumers/allottees in respect of residential […]
The `Power of Attorney Sales’ as a method of `transfer’ was evolved by lawyers and document writers in Delhi, to overcome certain restrictions on transfer of flats by the Delhi Development Authority (for short `DDA’).
If the person under probation is expected to deliver his best, the period is equally crucial for an Employer as Employer during this period gets an opportunity to observe the work, conduct, efficiency, utility, integrity […]
The Hon’ble Supreme Court in a Judgment passed in the month of May, 2011 has expressed deep anguish over the abuse of the rent control legislation and the pendency of litigation in the landlord-tenant disputes.