(The author is a Lecturer at the Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat. The prompt behind this post came from three of her students: Akshay Purandare, Manan Parekh and Ritvik Mishra. The author thanks Malcolm Katrak for his insightful comments on … Continue reading Mistaken Illustrations
This post seeks to critically analyze the recent case of Nabha Power Limited (“NPL”) v. Punjab State Power Corporation Limited&Another (“PSPCL”) with respect to remedying ambiguous terms in commercial contracts. This case is of vital importance as the Court comprehensively analysed … Continue reading Subjectivity or Objectivity? Supreme Court on Implied Terms in Commercial Contracts
“Honesty”, “Fair play” and “Confidence” are not just the words to be quoted but mean a lot while contracting. When you enter or make a contract, you agree on the mutual terms also you mutually place trust and confidence of … Continue reading How to pin down the breacher!