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James Rhodes v OPO [2015] UKSC 32, FIRAC

Law of Torts Jan 11, 2022 Written By: Admin

James Rhodes v OPO [2015] UKSC 32 Court: Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. Argued: 19, 20 January 2015 Decided: 20 May 2015       Appellant- Hugh Tomlinson QC Matthew Nicklin QC Sara Mansoori Edward Craven (Instructed by Bindmans LLP) [1]  ...Read more


Family Law Jan 11, 2022 Written By: Admin

Introduction Since the ancient times, India has been the land of the most diverse demography possible. Individuals of various skin colors, cultures, religions, race, etc. have thrived in India since times immemorial. One such community which has always been a...Read more

Doctrine of Privity

Contract Law Dec 23, 2021 Written By: Admin

The interest of a third party in a contract is one of the most debated topics in the law of contracts, section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act 1872, states that a contract is an agreement between two parties that...Read more

Doctrine of Frustration

Contract Law Dec 23, 2021 Written By: Admin

The doctrine of frustration was originated from the Roman Contract Law. The doctrine comes into play when the parties are emitted when the sole purpose of the contract becomes unachievable. In such scenarios, courts can give relief on the grounds...Read more

Causation under The Indian Penal Code

Crimes Dec 23, 2021 Written By: Admin

Causation is an interpretation for the word consequence, it is based upon the fact that a person is liable for the consequences of his actions, the nature of this doctrine is rather vast and tends to overlap with the principles...Read more

Minor’s Contract Capacity

Contract Law Dec 23, 2021 Written By: Admin

A minor as laid down in law is a person that is not at the age majority, which is differentiated based upon the circumstances and the law of the land. In India, with accordance to the Hindu Marriage act the...Read more

‘Capacity’ to Contract

Contract Law Dec 23, 2021 Written By: Admin

ABSTRACT A person's capacity to enter into a legal agreement or contract is referred to as their capacity to contract. The notion of capacity to contract is examined in this academic research, with a focus on the case “SURAJ NARAIN...Read more

Electronic Judicial System – The Future Forward

Admiralty and Maritime Dec 14, 2021 Written By: Admin

In my current blog, I shall discuss and explain the value addition which The Indian Judicial System will have if it moved forward to ‘Digitization’. We have seen a lot of countries opt for the digital judiciary and even India...Read more


Admiralty and Maritime Dec 14, 2021 Written By: Admin

We have been seeing how the Indian Court System works, we have also been seeing on the delivery of orders which take more than a decade to punish the wrong doers. How does it affect the Justice Delivery System? Is...Read more

Corruption & Parliamentary Privileges

Administrative Law Dec 14, 2021 Written By: Admin

Parliament is responsible for the most important function i.e. formulating laws. Amending former laws to bring forth changes suitable to the present society require series of dedicated debates, discourse, deliberations and discussion. Similarly passing a new bill or act is...Read more