5 Rules of Contingent Contract under Indian Contract Act, 1872

Contingent Contract

Contracts are of two types. The first one is an absolute contract and the other is a conditional contract (contingent contract). In an absolute contract where no condition is needed for making an agreement but under a contingent contract, there is a condition that has to be fulfilled. The agreement depends on the happening or … Read more

7 Different Ways You Can Protect Your Brand Name

Protect Your Brand Name

The brand name of your business is more than a label. It is the identity of your brand. With a creative name, more customers are attracted to you. Nowadays people are going to those businesses which provide them good quality or good services. But in this era, there are many brands with similar names. So … Read more

What are Bailor and Bailee under Indian Contract Act 1872?

What are Bailor and Bailee under Indian Contract Act 1872?

The bailment is defined in the Indian Contract Act. Bailment is used regularly in our daily life. When one person gives his goods to another person for a specific time limit. So to protect the rights of the parties the contract of bailment is required. It is a legal relationship between them who can make … Read more

What is an Agreement and Contract under Indian Contract Act 1872

What is an Agreement and Contract under Indian Contract Act 1872

The Indian Contract Act is one of the oldest laws in the country. It came into force on 1872 on 1st September. It provides rules and guidelines to help in the formation and regulation of the contract in an organized way. This contract Act provides rules to help disputes arising in the contract. 266 sections … Read more

Format to file Application Under Order 21 Rule 11 CPC

Format to file Application Under Order 21 Rule 11 CPC

Application of execution of decree comes under order 27 rule 11 of the Civil Procedure Code. Let’s discuss how the application of execution of decree format made- Decree before made up- Sometimes a decree may be passed by the court verbally before it is formally written in the document. Execution application- the decree-holder has to … Read more

What are defamation and its types?

What are defamation

Introduction The term defamation is derived from the Latin word “Diffamare” which means spreading wrong or bad information about another person. According to the black dictionary defamation is a crime wherein a person’s character and reputation are injured by another person in public by giving false statements. It means when one person defames another person … Read more

Legal Notice Format Under NI Act

Legal Notice Format Under NI Act

FROM THE OFFICE OF SIMRAN SINGH ADVOCATE DISTRICT COURTS CHAMBA HP     Dated 19th day of January 2024 at Chamba   To   _______  S/o Sh. _________ R/o V.P.O__________ Tehsil and  District ________H.P. Subject: Legal Notice under section 138 Negotiable Instrument Act.   Sir, Under instructions from my client___________  S/o Sh. ________ R/o ___________, … Read more

How is Ancestral Property Divided?

How is Ancestral Property Divided?

Ancestral property is a property to which you have a right since your birth and you inherit this property from your parents they inherit from their parents. The ancestral property act is defined under the Hindu Succession Act, of 1956. It applies to all Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists. Types of property Ancestral property Self … Read more

What is Decree and Judgments?

What is Decree and Judgments

Decree Introduction: – A decree is an official order that is issued by a legal authority, like a Judge. The term Decree comes under Section 2(2) of the Civil Procedure Code. Decree plays an important role in a civil suit. Court judicially all the disputes in the suit, and determined the right of parties about … Read more

What is Void and voidable marriage?

What is Void and voidable marriage?

What is Void and voidable marriage? The marriage concept is to form a relationship between husband and wife. Marriage is religiously very pure. According to Section 5, the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 accepted Hindu marriage as a religious ceremony. It binds husband and wife to perform religious duties. Divorce or nullity was not recognized … Read more