Author: Hasan Nasir

The Basic Structure Concept- the Kesavanada milestone

The pre-Kesavanada position Parliament’s authority to amend the Constitution, particularly the chapter on the fundamental rights of citizens, was challenged as early as in 1951. After independence, several laws were enacted in the states with the aim of reforming land ownership and tenancy structures. This was in keeping with the ruling Congress party’s electoral promise

The Basic Structure of the Indian Constitution

constitutional history during the last decade of the 20th century, has reappeared in the public realm.While setting up the National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution (the Commission), the National Democratic Alliance government (formed by a coalition of 24 national and regional level parties) stated that the basic structure of the Constitution would

Explanation Of Individual and Human Rights

        Human rights demand recognition and respect for the inherent dignity to confirm that everybody is protected against abuses that undermine their dignity, and provides the opportunities they have to appreciate their full potential, free from discrimination. The four core principles of the Convention are– 1. non-discrimination; 2. devotion to the best interests of

Divisions of the Indian Contract Act

As per the Indian Contract Act,1872, a “contract”is an agreement enforceable by law. The agreements don’t seem to be enforceable by law are not contracts. An “agreement” means ‘a promise or a set of promises’ forming consideration for each other and a promise arises when a proposal is accepted. By implication, an agreement is an

Description Of Universal Declaration Of Human Rights

Human rights demand recognition and respect for the inherent dignity to confirm that everybody is protected against abuses that undermine their dignity, as well as provides the opportunities they have to appreciate their full potential, free from discrimination.      In 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which represents “a common standard of

General Principles Of Indian Contract Act

Indian Contract Act, 1872. … It determines the circumstances in which promises created by the parties to a contract shall be legally binding. Under Section 2(H), the Indian Contract Act defines a contract as an agreement that is enforceable by law.    The Indian Contract Act occupies the foremost important place within the Commercial Law. Without contract