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Laws of contracts in India is extensively discussed here...

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Dynamics of a Production Sharing Contract
Published : August 08, 2012 | Author : karan mehta | Unrated
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The first concept for the production sharing was used in Bolivia in the beginning of the ‘50s. But agreements on production sharing, in their current form are instruments of legal regulation...
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Force Majeure Clauses & Doctrine of Frustration Of Contract
Published : July 21, 2012 | Author : Vandana Jaiswal | Rating :
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A force majeure clause relieves one or both parties from liability to perform contract obligations when performance is prevented by an event or circumstance beyond the parties’ control...
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Standard Form Contract
Published : June 15, 2012 | Author : nair.shyama | Rating :
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The Law of Standard Form Contracts rests on intuitions of the common mass. This research paper explores these intuitions and examines intended consumer behavior on common contracting contexts. Firstly, the research paper focuses on the need of Standard Form Contracts and its justification....
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Arbitration clause v. Contingent Contract
Published : May 25, 2012 | Author : deveshrs | Rating :
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Arbitration is clause is generally independent of the rest of the contract. But what if it is a contingent contract ?
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Importance of hardship clauses in contract
Published : March 25, 2012 | Author : sourasubha | Rating :
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The article primarily discusses the importance of incorporating hardship clauses in present day contracts, its disadvantages and the the concept as is understood through out the world. The article also tries to explore the drafting process of hardship clauses and its impact over the economy....
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Contract- II: Bailment
Published : January 06, 2012 | Author : nazneenfkr@gmail.com | Rating :
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Bailment- Duties Of The Bailor: Contracts of Bailment are a special class of contract. These are dealt within Chap. IX from S.148 to 181 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872. Bailment implies a sort of one person temporarily goes into the possession of another....
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Specific performance of Contracts
Published : December 14, 2011 | Author : sprshprsd | Rating :
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specific performance of contracts including, Contracts that can be specifically enforced, contracts not specifically enforceable & Specific performance of part of contract...
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Section 65 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 with special reference to Discharge of a Contract by Frustration
Published : November 08, 2011 | Author : christopher.vijayrao | Rating :
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A brief critique on the implications of Section 65 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 and its inadequacies with respect to eradicating ‘unjust enrichment’ in frustrated contracts...
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Regulation of Contract Labour
Published : April 03, 2011 | Author : prachishah | Rating :
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Contract Labour is one of the acute form of unorganized labour. Under the system of contract labour workers may be employed through contractor on the contract basis. Workmen shall be deemed to be employed as “contract labour” or in connection with the work...
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Contract Ratification
Published : November 16, 2010 | Author : Abhinav Kumar | Rating :
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Ratification is in law equivalent to previous authority it may be expressed or it may be affected impliedly by conduct.[1] Section 196 and 197...
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Indemnity in a contract
Published : October 11, 2010 | Author : shuchi.lawstudent | Rating :
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this article deals with meaning and enforcement of indemnity in a contract. it also seeks to compare the remedies on breach of contract of indemnity and remedies under section 74 of Indian contract Act, 1872. also it tries to answer the propostion whethera party can invoke indemnity on demand...
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Privity of contract & third party beneficiary in a contract
Published : October 11, 2010 | Author : shuchi.lawstudent | Rating :
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this article deals with the validity of a third party beneficiary under the doctrine of privity of contracts...
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Post-Termination non-compete clauses in employment contracts
Published : September 15, 2010 | Author : rashmi jajoria | Rating :
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Employees Confidential Information & other Rights V/s Right to Freedom of trade and Profession of Individual...
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Void & Voidable Agreements
Published : September 14, 2010 | Author : rashmi jajoria | Rating :
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The law relating to contracts in India is governed by The Indian Contract Act , 1872. However the Contract Act does not purport to codify the entire law relating to contracts...
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Hear- Say In Contracts
Published : August 22, 2010 | Author : akshatasrinath | Unrated
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This paper is clearly analysis the issues regarding the communication for offer and acceptance and hence is restricted to the issues surrounding the topic, especially in the context of the revocation of the offer and acceptances. Due to constraints of space and time, the researcher will be only dealing with the topic i.e. communication of offers and acceptances in dealt. Also the researcher is not dealing in depth situations of electronic mode of offer and acceptances because there is hardly any case study or law accepted in India. So therefore, the first part would be analyzing how a communication takes place and that its constituents. The second part will take and enlighten about specific sections under the Indian Contract Act, 1872 and final part will talk about the jurisdiction of a contract and how communication becomes necessary.
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Standard form of Contract
Published : August 22, 2010 | Author : adv.vishnus | Rating :
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The Standard Form Contracts are standardized contracts that contain a large number of terms and conditions in fine print, which restrict and often exclude liability under the contract. This gives a unique opportunity to the giant company to exploit the weakness of the individual by imposing upon him terms which often look like a kind of private legislation and which may go to the extent of exempting the company from all liability under the contract. The battle against abuse has fallen to the courts. The courts have found it very difficult to come to the rescue of the weaker party.
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Wagering Agreements
Published : August 19, 2010 | Author : akansha.rathore | Rating :
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The article describes wagering agreement and its variation from other agreements.It clearly encapsulate the agreements collateral to wagering agreements. Derivatives are commonly confused with wagering agreements hence...
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Extention of Time in Service Contracts
Published : July 03, 2010 | Author : nidhi.nliu | Rating :
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this article explains that where in service contracts time is of the essence of contract, it does not cease to be if time for the performance of the contract is extended...
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validity & formation of a Contract
Published : June 21, 2010 | Author : sujay_ilnu | Rating :
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how one can enter into a valid contract and guidelines regarding this and how contract can be valid...
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Joint & Several Liability
Published : May 18, 2010 | Author : aa723 | Rating :
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A detailed note with case law on section 42 and section 43 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872....
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