Day: July 11, 2021

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Principles of Tort, by Anubrati Debnath at lexcliq.

PRINCIPLE OF DAMNUM SINE INJURIA AND INJURIA SINE DAMNUM   Damnum sine injuriais a Latin maxim which means damage without legal injury. When thereis an actual damage caused to the plaintiff without an infringement of his legal right, no action lies against the defendant.     Injuria sine damnum is a Latin term which means legal […]

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Doctrine of frustation by Rusha Mukherjee

Introduction Frustration in general scenario means defeated and this term has been widely used in agreements and contract between parties. The term frustration is being used to deal with unsuccessful transactions which could not be completed due to any reason. In law of contracts doctrine of frustration has emerged as one of the most common […]

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Indian thinking on Socialism by Avlin at LEXCLIQ

William Graham, in his book ‘socialism old and new’ hag referred to three different meanings of the term Socialism. Firstly, as a scheme of social relations, which aims at the equal distribution of wealth, or at preventing too great an Inequality. Secondly, as a setup, which the state will endeavor to establish or secure through […]

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Guardians of minor’s property under Muslim Law by Samidha Hegde@Lexcliq

Introduction: In chapter 4 of the Holy Quran, it is mentioned that “to restore the orphans when they come of age, their substance; do not substitute bad for good, nor devour their substance by adding it to your own, for this is an enormous crime.” However, the term Guardianship (wilayat) means the guardianship of a […]

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Transfer of Property to an Unborn Child by Samidha Hegde@Lexcliq

UNBORN CHILD “A person not in existence has a specific reference to one who may be born in the future but does not have a current existence”. Even though a child in the womb is literally not a person in existence, but has been so treated under both Hindu Law and English Law, discussed elaborately […]

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