Author: Akash

Introduction of Indian Contract Act, 1872The contracts are not only applicable to the business but are also part of our everyday life. A legal contract can be made by the simple act of purchasing a newspaper, using a credit card to purchase shoes, buying a dress, or paying the parking fee. Structure of the Indian Contract Act, 1872The Indian Contract Act, 1872 was divided into four parts;Essential Elements of a Valid ContractHere we will talk about the 6 essentials of a contract. These 6 essentials of the contract together make the contract valid.Agreement: The primary element of a contract that creates…

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Notification Regarding New Schedule of Bar Exam (AIBE XV) declared by The Bar Council of India (BCI). The Bar Council of India (BCI) has declared a new date for the postponed All India Bar Exam XV (AIBE-XV). A conventional date for the exam to be physically held in exam centres for AIBE XV, on 8th November 2020, more than two months away.The AIBE had basically been programmed for 16th August but in late July was postponed considerably.The news schedule for AIBE has been announced on the website today.Online registrations are set to close on 17 October 2020, according to the…

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What is cheque bounce and what are the reasons for cheque bounce are discussed in this article. Also, this article, we gonna discuss what is the meaning of cheque bounce and how to write a legal notice for cheque bounce/dishonour with a sample of cheque bounce notice format?  What is Cheque Bounce/Dishonour? The cheque dishonour meaning is bouncing of cheque case situation in which the cheque is cannot be processed because of the insufficient amounts in an individual’s bank account. Legal notice for cheque bounce/dishonour must be communicated to the drawer of the crossing a cheque within 30 days from…

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Meaning of Cheque Bounce: An Introduction Here we will explain The Meaning of Cheque Bounce And The Reasons for Cheque Bounce. A cheque is a bill of exchange, which is payable on demand. What is Cheque Bounce/Dishonour? – A cheque bounce is a situation in which the cheque is cannot be processed because of the insufficient amounts in an individual’s bank account. There are at least two parties or more in a transaction, the person who issues the cheque is known as the drawer, and the person under whose favour the cheque is issued is known as the drawee. The drawer can issue a…

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Facts of the Case: -The Appellant was suspect of offences underneath Sections 294( Obscene acts and songs), section- 504( Intentional insult with intent to impress breach of the peace), section-506( penalization for Criminal Intimidation), section- 34( Acts done by many persons in furtherance of common intention) of the Indian legal code, 1860; in conjunction with sections 3(1) (b) (c) (r) (s) and 3(1) (w) (ii) of the scheduled Castes and also the scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities Act, 1989).The Appellant on the apprehension of arrest filed an associate application for prevenient Bail, however, the Court rejected the applying. The attractiveness…

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