Quid pro quo under contracts : an insight
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by Vanshika Kapoor
6d ago
This article has been written by Utkarsh Shukla pursuing a Diploma in Advanced Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction The law relating to contracts is to be found in the Indian Contract Act, 1872. The Act, instead of formulating statutory rights and duties that could be governed and protected under the law, rather spreads out a skeleton framework consisting of limiting principles under which both parties to the contract may formulate their corresponding rights and duties as permissible un ..read more
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Principle of privity of contract
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by Vanshika Kapoor
6d ago
This article has been written by Sanjana Ahuja pursuing a Diploma in Advanced Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction As per Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act of 1872, the term “contract” is defined as an agreement that is enforceable by law. Such an agreement must be made between two or more parties forming consideration for each other and only based on its enforceability would it earn the status of being called a contract. One of the primary ingredients of a contract stems from the ..read more
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Public policy in relation to contracts : the recent trend
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by Vanshika Kapoor
2w ago
This article has been written by Abhay Gulani pursuing a Diploma in Technology Law, Fintech Regulations and Technology Contracts from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction Public policy, as defined in the doctrine “Ex turpi causa non oritur actio,” means that any agreement that is opposed to public policy is considered void ab initio. Public policies are those policies of the government that are made for the welfare of the public and protect the public from unfair practices. The law allows its citizens to make contracts for multiple reasons, for ..read more
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Structure of licencing contracts : all you need to know
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by Vanshika Kapoor
2w ago
This article has been written by Nikita Goel pursuing a Diploma in International Contract Negotiation, Drafting and Enforcement from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction A licencing contract, also known as a licence agreement or licencing agreement, is a legal written contract where one party (the licensor) grants the other party (the licensee) the permission or right to use the brand name, trademark, patented technology, or ability to produce and sell the goods owned by the licensor. Most of the intellectual property is owned by the licensor w ..read more
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Contract law and licence : an overview
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by Vanshika Kapoor
3w ago
This article has been written by Prathiksha T. Udupa pursuing a Diploma in Advanced Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from LawSikho. This  article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction A contract is an agreement between two or more parties. One party provides service and the other fulfils that service. The contract of law in civil law regulates the performance of contractual obligations between two parties. A valid contract is enforceable by law with consideration. The contract must include an offer, acceptance, and consideration with mutual c ..read more
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Contract Law enforces right of contractual freedom : an analysis
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by Vanshika Kapoor
1M ago
This article has been written by Priyanshi pursuing a Diploma in International Contract Negotiation, Drafting and Enforcement from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction Independence of contract refers to contractual sovereignty. The Contract Act provides independence to contracts or agreements between the competitive parties. The freedom to contract provides a framework of agreements between the parties and also ensures preventive measures to safeguard the parties in case of any breach of the agreement between the parties to contract. Contracts ..read more
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Analysis of essentials of a valid contract
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by Vanshika Kapoor
1M ago
This article has been written by Madhumita Raut pursuing a Diploma in Advanced Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction In our everyday chores, we hear about a team contract, which is very frequently used both in a legal and general sense. A contract basically means an agreement between two or more people that is enforceable by the court of law. It is not a new term but has been around for ages. In early years, most agreements were oral, which is now converted into a written form. The Latin ..read more
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Modern law of contract : an analysis
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by Vanshika Kapoor
1M ago
This article has been written by Sakshi Keshri pursuing a Diploma in International Contract Negotiation, Drafting and Enforcement from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik.  Introduction The law of contracts governs contracts in India. From formation to enforcement, everything under the contract is governed by the Indian Contract Act, 1872. The Indian Contract Act, 1872, defines each aspect of a contract very precisely. From the basis of a contract to enforcement, jurisdiction, void and voidable contracts, communication, and acceptance, everything is de ..read more
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Scope and status of e-commerce in India on contractual language
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by Vanshika Kapoor
1M ago
This article has been written by Aditya Das pursuing a Diploma in Advanced Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution course from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction The evolution of technology has had a major impact on our lives. We live a life where we are surrounded by a series of technologies and are accommodated by such never stopping advancement, which is created with the objective of making our lives effortless. We live a life where we are supported by such technological advancements that, from waking up in the morning till n ..read more
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Share Purchase Agreement : an insight
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by Vanshika Kapoor
2M ago
This article has been written by Sarika Gupta pursuing a Diploma in International Contract Negotiation, Drafting and Enforcement course from LawSikho. This article has been edited and published by Shashwat Kaushik. Introduction In the whole world, the most preferable mode of business in an organised manner is considered through a company, where corporate finance and business transactions are key. SPA is an important document in the phase of share purchase within a company. When entering a business, it may involve purchasing shares of the company.  In such cases, it is highly recommended t ..read more
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