What is Communication & modes of Communication under the Indian Contract Act: Lawcirca

What is Communication & modes of Communication under the Indian Contract Act?

According to Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act 1872, An agreement enforceable by law is a contract. Before a contract comes into existence promisor…

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Definition, Essentials and Duties of Bailor and Bailee under the Indian Contract Act, 1872 : Lawcirca

Definition, Essentials and Duties of Bailor and Bailee under the Indian Contract Act, 1872

Bailment in simple words means delivering goods to a particular person without transfer of ownership. It is a technical word or term in common law…

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Reciprocal Promises under the Indian Contract Act, 1872: Everything you need to know (Section 51 to 57) :Lawcirca

Reciprocal Promises under the Indian Contract Act, 1872: Everything you need to know (Section 51 to 57)

Under the contract act when the proposal is accepted it is known as a promise. The reciprocal promise means promises which form the consideration or…

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Who are Competent to Contract under Indian Contract, 1872? (Section 11): Lawcirca

Who are Competent to Contract under Indian Contract, 1872? (Section 11)

‘Competent’ as defined in English dictionaries means having the ability or skill needed for something. Section 11 of Indian Contract Act states “Every person is…

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Constitutional Morality in India: everything you need to know: Lawcirca

Constitutional Morality in India: everything you need to know

Introduction India, also known as Bharat, is a Union of States. It is a Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic with a parliamentary system of government.…

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Revocation of Proposals and Acceptance: How Revocation is made? (Section 5 & 6 of Indian Contract Act, 1857): Lawcirca

Revocation of Proposals and Acceptance: How Revocation is made? (Section 5 & 6 of Indian Contract Act, 1857)

The Indian Contract Act defines Contracts as an agreement enforceable by law.   If we deconstruct the term agreement, it necessarily involves free consent of…

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International Copyrights under Copyright Act, 1957: Everything you need to know: Lawcirca

International Copyrights under Copyright Act, 1957: Everything you need to know

Unlike patents, copyright is easy to obtain and also, unfortunately, easy to infringe. One of the salient features of copyright is that it need not…

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What Is the Term of Copyright in India: LAWCIRCA

What Is the Term of Copyright in India?

Intellectual Property Rights or IPR are the legal rights to protect the creative, artistic or inventive works of the individual(s). One of such right is…

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Rights of Broadcasting Organizations and of performers under the Copyright Act, 1957 : Lawcirca

Rights of Broadcasting Organizations and of performers under the Copyright Act, 1957

A “performer”, according to the Copyright Act, 1957 means a person who by acting, singing, playing an instrument, dancing or in some other way performs…

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