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Cheque Bounce
Indian Laws

9 reasons why your cheque could be bounced or dishonoured.

Getting your cheque bounced or dishonoured is not only unethical, it’s punishable. If your cheque gets bounced due to insufficient funds in your account, a

cheque bounce
Indian Laws

What happens when your Cheque bounces?

Cheque bounce is one of the most common financial crimes that take place. This simple crime can have consequences for the issuer of the cheque

Indian Laws

Is applying wraps on cars legal in India?

Getting your car wrapped to make it stand out from all the other cars on the road is becoming the new trend. However, what do

Indian Laws

Consumer Protection Act 1986 VS 2019: 6 key differences.

Consumer Protection Act 1986 was amended in 2019 as new ways of exchange of goods started taking place. The concept that a person in Bangalore


What are the legal issues that self-driving cars face?

Self-driving cars are slowly becoming reality now. With companies like Tesla and Volvo working tirelessly on self-driving software, their cars have already reached level 4 of autonomous driving. (6 levels of autonomous driving)

marrying twice
Indian Laws

Is Marrying Twice Legal in India?

No, you cannot marry twice in India as the law here prohibits practising both polygamy and polyandry and even marrying twice. The only exception is if you belong to the Islam religion, then you are allowed to practise polygamy. Polyandry is not allowed even in Muslims.

Indian Laws

What is the difference between Polygamy Vs Polyandry?

Polygamy is a practise where a man can marry multiple woman whereas Polyandry is a practise where a woman can marry multiple men and maintain marital relations with them at the same time.

Case Briefs

Blundell Leigh v. Attenborough – Contract Of Pledge

The landmark judgement of Blundell Leigh v. Attenborough is widely referred to understand that the delivery of goods does not have to be contemporaneous which means that the contract for pledge and delivery do not have to be done at the same time. The delivery of goods can be made before the advance, which in turn constitutes a pledge as soon as the advance is made.

Indian Laws

How do politicians with criminal charges fight elections?

The act which lays down the rules for eligibility of a candidate to contest the election is the Representation of the People Act, 1951 which has no provision to ban politicians from fighting elections who have criminal charges against them.

Case Briefs

Donoghue v Stevenson – Duty of Care in Negligence

The landmark judgement of Donoghue v Stevenson had a crucial role in laying down the foundation of the concept of ‘negligence’ and is widely referred to while determining the duty of care in negligence. It is also popularly known by the name of ‘Snail in the Bottle’ case.