Student Commentary

The “doctrine of frustration” and “force majeure” have become crucial facets of law in the time of the global pandemic, COVID-19, and have become crucial facets of contracts and accountability. Section 32 and section 56 of Indian Contract Act, 1872 play an important role in this. Introduction: The spread of Coronavirus had an enigmatic repercussion [...]

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As COVID-19 spreads in different parts of the world, many countries have resorted to “national quarantine” or lockdown. Travel bans and closure of activities has resulted in a complete halt of society. Different countries are using their own set of domestic laws for planning action against the spread of Coronavirus. After declaring it a “pandemic”, [...]

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Introduction Amid the ongoing situation in India due to the spread of the SARS-CoV-19 virus, there have been a few instances where medical practitioners were attacked by an unruly mob. To counter extraordinary situations, extraordinary steps need to be taken, in furtherance of which the Uttar Pradesh Government and the Madhya Pradesh government have subsequently [...]

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Abstract This article discusses the need to introduce arbitration in the field of Sports law as it will contribute towards the steady disposal of disputes arising on and off the field. We will discuss why there’s an immediate need to promote and bring an efficient form of arbitration into the area of Sports law. We [...]

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