In this submission, the author has discussed in detail the Mohori Bibee case wherein, for the first time in 1903, the Privy Council declared that the minor’s contract was void and not merely voidable. The Privy Council reached this conclusion on the basis of various Sections of the Indian Contract Act which have also been elaborated in this paper to define the nature of a minor’s agreement.
By Anu Mittal, Symbiosis Law School, Noida Editor’s note: In recent jurisprudence, denial of water has been deemed to imply a denial of right to life. Though not explicitly stated in the Indian Constitution as a Fundamental Right, it has been read into the interpretation to Article 21. The State […]
By Sumit and Oshoneesh Waghmare, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, Telangana Editor’s note: An ombudsman is a public advocate who is usually appointed by the government, with a significant degree of independence, and is charged with representing the interests of the public by investigating and addressing complaints of maladministration or […]
-by Alok Ratnoo, GNLU “Editor’s note: In this paper, the author has comprehensively dealt with the power and fiscal federalism in India by studying the tax structure. He proceeds with the hypothesis that ” India being a Union of states preserves the federalist features in Fiscal regimes” and has succeeded in establishing […]