DISCHARGE OF CONTRACTS

INTRODUCTION As per the Indian Contract Act, 1872, discharge of contract means “termination of contractual relationships between the parties”. The term “discharge of contract” refers to the end of the parties’ contractual relationship. When a contract ceases to operate, i.e. when the rights and responsibilities generated by it expire, it is said to be discharged. Contracts do not have to be fulfilled under the following circumstances: If the parties to a contract agree to Novation, Rescission, or Alteration, the original contract does not have to be performed, according to Section…

E-CONTRACT

INTRODUCTION  In recent times, the world of commerce has been extended to a much greater extent. From buying a food packet to satisfy our hunger to buying a huge sofa set, has become one of the necessary things of the time. Today, the world is so busy in their lives that they are lethargic to go to market and select their purchases. Hence, they simply download an app, choose the best quality product which suits their range with one click, add it to the cart and order it, at the…

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About Lex Auxilium  http://lexauxilium.com/ is a top-ranked Law blog in India. We are a group of lawyers and law students across India providing a unique platform for law student to represent their talents in the field of law. We provide different free of cost opportunities to the law students. We provide free publication of legal blogs on our website.  About the Blog  The editorial board of LEXAUXILIUM.COM invites blog posts from legal practitioners, academicians, research fellows, undergraduate and postgraduate law students. The blog is aimed to build a holistic environment…

Remedies for Breach of Contract

Introduction When one thinks about “Remedies” in any form of contract, the only Latin maxim that comes to mind, “Ubi Jus Ibi Remedium” which denotes that where there is a right there is a remedy. There is no value of a contract, being the foundation head as a set of rights and obligations to the parties if there had been no remedies to enforce the rights. The party committing the breach of contract is called the guilty party and the party bearing the loss caused due to the breach is…

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Legis Adjudicata and Lex Auxilium Presents a Webinar on Interpretation of Criminal Jurisprudence and How to Establish Nexus Between Crpc, IPC and Evidence Act. Resource Person: Mr Varun Mathur Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr Varun Mathur is an enthusiastic young Advocate and is a Senior Partner in the Law Firm V Mathur and Associates, with his regular appearances before the Supreme Court of India and various High Courts, Trial Courts and national and State Tribunals. Mr Mathur, is a specialized Lawyer in the field of Criminal Law, Civil Law,…

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Lawtuskss Techno-legal Offices has vacancy for interns! Eligibility: Those who are pursuing 3 yrs LLB or 5 yrs LLB Procedure: Kindly send your CV to lawtuskss@gmail.comThe CV should accompany 5 lines (approx) explaining, why would you like to intern with us?Also, kindly send a scanned photo of your college id card (of the current academic year), adhar card, pan card and CV in word docx. format as an attachment. Structure: Once the candidates are shortlisted, they would face an interview with one of our Associates.The structure of the internship, duration,…

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About this Training Program: Legal writing is the most essential skill which every lawyer should possess. This starts back in the college itself where law students try to write small articles and get them published. This skill helps them in their professional career when they start writing their views about different socio-legal matters and get them published. They help them in their profile building and an image that can stand out in the crowd. This training cum certificate program focuses on imparting you practical knowledge about how to write a…

Concept of Free Consent

Introduction For an agreement to be a valid contract, it should meet the requirements of the same under Section 10 of the Indian Contracts Act, 1872. These requirements include free consent of the parties, lawful consideration with a lawful object, and not expressly declared void. According to Section 10[1], “All agreements are contracts if they are made by free consent.” Thus, if an agreement is made without the free consent of the parties, it cannot be a valid contract, and it would be voidable or void. Meaning of Consent Section…

CAPACITY TO CONTRACT

Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 defines a contract as an agreement that is enforceable by law. The ability or eligibility of partners to form a business contract is the most important aspect of a legitimate partnership arrangement. The legal ability of an individual or an entity to enter into a partnership is referred to as “capacity to contract”. Before signing a contract, the partner must be competent and meet the stipulated standards, according to business law. The capacity in contract law is defined under Section 11 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872.…