Day: July 23, 2021

LexCliq

VICARIOUS LIABILITY by ANJU ESTHER BALAKRISHNAN at LEXCLIQ.

With regards to the principle agent relationship, vicarious risk alludes to the burden of duty on the head for the specialist’s activities. The basic agency law theory of letting the master answer, imputing the servant agent’s conduct on the master, underpins this kind of liability. With the understanding that there is an overall risk with […]

Read More
Articles

Offences And its Types BY KOMAL SINGH @LEXCLIQ

BY KOMAL SINGH @LEXCLIQ Offences and types of offences: let us study into simple terms. The main object of law and order is to protect the society by penalising whose who breach the law which should be done with due regards to equity , justice and fair play. Therefore the trial proceedings is established to […]

Read More
Articles

SECTION 53-A OF TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT,1882: DOCTRINE OF PART PERFORMANCE by PURNIMA NAIDU @ LexCliq

SECTION 53-A OF TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT,1882: DOCTRINE OF PART PERFORMANCE Introduction:-  The doctrine of part-performance is an equitable doctrine. It is also known as ‘equity of part performance’. Under this doctrine, if a person has taken possession of an immovable property on the basis of a contract of sale and has either performed or, […]

Read More
Articles

Directive Principle of State Policy

The Indian Constitution aspires to provide not only political democracy but also socioeconomic fairness to the people in order to create a welfare state. Part IV of our Constitution is dedicated to this goal, and it lays out desirable principles and guidelines. The Directive Principle of State Policy is the name given to these regulations. […]

Read More
Articles

Hate Crimes In India By Shadan Seraj At LEXCLIQ

Though the term “hate crime” is used across jurisdictions, disciplines, and contexts, it is perhaps surprising that there is no uniform understanding of the term. For this reason, scholars, policy makers, and legislators can often speak at odds when discussing the issue, even within practice silos. For some, a “hate crime” is a phenomenon that […]

Read More