Remedies Available For Breach Of Contract Under The Indian Contract Act 1872 Essays and Term Papers

  • I.C and E.C comparision

    Compensation for Breach of Contract Compensation for Breach of Contract ...

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  • Lam Project

    Project Report on Compensatory & Liquidated Damages Sec. 73 & Sec. 74 (Indian Contract Act, 1872) Submitted To Submitted By Prof. C L Bansal Cobi Sarangal (PGP1011) ...

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  • marketing

    Chapter 1 The Indian Contract Act, 1872 Nature of Contract 1 MEANING OF CERTAIN TERMS (Sec. 2) When one person signifies to another His willingness To do or to abstain from doing anything, With a view to obtaining the assent of that –  To such act; or  Abstinence, He is said to...

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  • Contracts

    Contract Law Contract law is based on number of Latin legal principles, out of which ‘consensus ad idem’ is the most important, which means a meeting of the minds between the parties i.e. an agreement among them. It is said to be part of private law because it does not bind the state or person that...

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  • Contract

    LL.B. I Term Paper – LB – 102 - Principles of Contract The law of contracts touches equally upon the lives of ordinary persons and the activities of small and big business. This branch of law deals with law relating to promises, their formation, performance and enforceability. It is scattered over...

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  • mercantile laws

    Introduction   Indian Mercantile Laws or Commercial Laws or Business Laws are one and the same terminologies except that business law is taken in broader aspect covering both the Mercantile Laws and the Commercial Laws. Further it is categorized into particular fields as Contracts, Sale, Agencies...

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  • Critique on “Damages” as a Remedy for Breach of Contract Under Indian, American, English and Chinese Law.

    Critique on “Damages” as a remedy for breach of contract under Indian, American, English and Chinese law. Project: Law of Contracts [pic] |Submitted to: |Submitted by: | |Prof (Dr.) Amar...

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  • Case on Law of Quantum Meruit

    BENCH: REDDY, P. JAGANMOHAN BENCH: REDDY, P. JAGANMOHAN DUA, I.D. CITATION: 1971 AIR 712 1971 SCR (3) 469 1971 SCC (1) 424 ACT: Contract-Claim on basis of Quantum Meruit - When sustainable Brief Facts of the Case The Public Works Department of the State of UP...

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  • Legal Asspect of Business

    1205019884 Questions: 1. It is important for any person to know as ignorance of law is no excuse. Modern Indian law has been derived from some sources. Discuss the primary and secondary of Indian law. Ans: 1 Gone are the days when it was believed, “Ignorance is bliss”. In the modern times ignorance...

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  • mba 51

    Question No.1 It is important for any person to know law as ignorance of law is no excuse. Modern Indian law has been derived from some sources. Discuss the primary and secondary sources of Indian law. Answer- Ignorance of law is no excuse. It is the real translation of “ignorantia juris non excusat”...

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  • Mb0051

    of business environment. This enables an enterprise to face the problems with confidence and secure the maximum benefits of business opportunities available.  (7) Keeping Business Flexible and Dynamic: Study of business environment is needed for keeping business flexible and dynamic as per the changes...

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  • Dsddf

    NATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY A PROJECT OF CONTRACT-I Government Agreements under Contracts and Constitution SUBMITTED TO :- SUBMITTED BY: DR.(Prof.)MOHD. ISHAQ...

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  • Intelligence

    Dredgers Ltd. Submitted by Sneha(38) Aditi(42) Pratheek machaya(47) Abhishek varma(36) Divyanshu solanki(43) Kunal singh(34) The law of contract is the foundation upon which the superstructure of modern business is built. It is common knowledge that in business transactions quite often promises...

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  • sale of good act

    The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 THE SALE OF GOODS ACT, 1930 ACT No. 3 OF 1930 [ 15th March, 1930.] An Act to define and amend the law relating to the sale of goods. WHEREAS it is expedient to define and amend the law relating to the sale of goods; It is hereby enacted as follows:- CHAPTER I ...

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  • Contract Law

    THE INDIAN CONTRACT ACT, 1872 The Law of Contract Constitutes the most important branch of mercantile or commercial law. It affects everybody, more so, trade, commerce anq industry. It may be said that the contract is the foundation of the civilized world. The law relating to contract is governed...

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  • Mb0051– Legal Aspects of Business-Assignment1 & 2

    | |A civil wrong which entitles a party to claim damages in addition |It gives only the right to rescind the contract and there can be no| |to the right to rescind the contract. |suit for damages. | |In fraud, the...

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  • Case Study

    GOODS ACT, 1930 [3 OF 1930] An Act to define and amend the law relating to the sale of goods Whereas it is expedient to define and amend the law relating to the sale of goods; it is hereby enacted as follows:—   CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY Short title, extent and commencement. 1. (1) This Act may be...

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  • Mba law notes

    Indian Contract Act, 1872. The law relating to contracts in India is contained in the Indian Contract Act, 1872. It extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir from the first day of September, 1872. The Act deals with the general principles of the law of contract and some...

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  • Insurance

    INTRODUCTION Insurance, unlike most financial products, is characterised by the reversal of the production cycle insofar as premiums are collected when the contract is entered into and claims and costs arise only if a specified event occurs. Insurers intermediate risks directly. MARITIME LAW Maritime law...

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    Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode ( IIMK ) BUSINESS LAWS 2013 PGP Core Course ; Term II for PGP Batch 17 & FPM 2013 Batch Name of the Instructors Lionel Aranha B.Com., LLB., FCA. ; & Sebastian Tharakan B.A. (Law)., LLB., MBL. Number of Credits 2.5 Duration...

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