R vs. Stephens (LR 1 QB 702)

Case Name: R v Stephens Citation: LR 1 QB 702 Jurisdiction: Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court of England and Wales Judgment: The judgment in this case established that an individual could be indicted for a public nuisance on their premises caused by the actions of their servants, employees, agents, or subcontractors, even in … Read more

Robinson vs. Davidson LR 6 Ex 269

Case Name:– Robinson vs. Davidson Citation:– LR 6 Ex 269 Jurisdiction:– Court of Exchequer Judgment Summary:– Historical Background:- Legal Framework in the 19th Century: During the 19th century, contract law was undergoing significant development, transitioning from a more rigid application of contractual obligations to a more nuanced understanding of implied conditions and fairness. The legal … Read more

Nichols vs Marsland [1876] 2 Ex. D. 1

Case Name:- “Nichols v Marsland.” Citation:- “[1876] 2 Ex. D. 1.” Jurisdiction:- This case was heard in the Court of Exchequer Division in England. Judegment:-The judegment in Nichols v Marsland [1876] 2 Ex. D. 1 ruled in favor of the defendant, Marsland, stating that he was not liable for the damage caused by the escape … Read more

Smith vs Egginton (7 Adolphus & Ellis 167 (1837))

Case Name: Smith vs Egginton Citation: 7 Adolphus & Ellis 167 (1837) Jurisdiction: England and Wales Judgement: The judgment in this case established the legal principle that an act becomes a trespass if it was initially intended to cause harm or if it is conducted illegally. Specifically, it emphasized that if a party’s actions show … Read more

Guru Nanak Foundation vs. Rattan Singh & Sons 1981 AIR 2075, 1982 SCR (1) 842

Case Name: Guru Nanak Foundation vs. Rattan Singh & Sons Citation: 1981 AIR 2075, 1982 SCR (1) 842 Jurisdiction: Supreme Court of India Judgement: The Supreme Court of India recognized the inefficiencies and drawbacks of the traditional court trial system, highlighting the need for alternative dispute resolution methods that are faster, more cost-effective, and less … Read more

Collins v. Collins (1858) 53 E.R. 916

Case Name: Collins v. Collins Citation: (1858) 53 E.R. 916 Jurisdiction: England and Wales Judgement: The judgement in the case of Collins v. Collins (1858) 53 E.R. 916 clarified that the arbitration clause in the agreement was valid and binding. It also established that an umpire was not necessary for the arbitration process unless explicitly … Read more

Pandurang Dhoni Chougule vs. Maruti Hari Jadhav 1966 AIR 153, 1966 SCR (1) 102

Case Name: Pandurang Dhoni Chougule vs. Maruti Hari Jadhav Citation: 1966 AIR 153, 1966 SCR (1) 102 Jurisdiction: Supreme Court of India Judgement: The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Pandurang Dhoni Chougule, affirming his rightful ownership of the disputed land based on the presented evidence and relevant legal provisions, emphasizing Article 300A of the … Read more

Tarapore & Co., Madras vs. M/S. V/O Tractors Export, Moscow 1970 AIR 891, 1969 SCR (2) 920

Case Name: Tarapore & Co., Madras vs. M/S. V/O Tractors Export, Moscow Citation: 1970 AIR 891, 1969 SCR (2) 920 Jurisdiction: This case was heard in the Supreme Court of India. Judgement: The Supreme Court of India ruled in favor of Tarapore & Co., Madras, stating that the contract was frustrated due to the Indian … Read more