Self done is well done

Self done is well done The quotation explains that work done by oneself is of great worth. This practice bears many fruits. The practitioner gains experience, confidence and lessons of self reliance. Moreover, such habits show strong…

Principles Governing Mandatory Injunction

Mandatory Injunction             Mandatory injunction is an order requiring the defendant to do some positive act for the purpose of putting an end to a wrongful state of things created by him, or otherwise in fulfillment of his legal…

Partial Specific Performance of Contract

Partial Specific Performance of Contract Introduction: According to S.17 there can be no partial specific performance of a contract except in cases mentioned in ss. 14,15 and 16 Specific Relief Act. It is clear that law envisages…

Cut your coat according to your cloth

Cut your coat according to your cloth The proverb cut your coat according to your cloth, contain in its folds both a fundamental truth and a practical guidance for all and sundry. It implies that one should spend one’s material resources,…

A suspicious parent makes an artful child

A suspicious parent makes an artful child The proposition describes the basic parental psyche. Parents want from their child an strict following of their instructions and guidance. This makes a few parents to view the activities of their…

Difference between Judgment and Decree

JUDGMENT AND DECREE: The judgment, decree and order are not synonymous terms, but these are distinct principles have different legal implications. Decree: Decree means the formal expression of an adjudication which, so far as the court…

Difference between Decree and Order

Difference between Decree and Order: Just as judgment and decree are not synonymous, decree and order are also distinct principles with different legal implications. Decree defined Decree means the formal expression of an adjudication…

Contracts cannot be Specifically Enforced

Contracts cannot be Specifically Enforced Introduction The contracts specified in clause (a) to (h) of Section 21 cannot be specifically enforced. Specific performance is an equitable relief which is not granted as a matter of course or…

Leading Questions

Leading Questions Any statement suggesting the answer which the person putting it wishes or expects to receive, is called a leading question. It is a question framed in such a manner that it throws a hint as to, or suggests directly or…