Legal Concept “Right”

Introduction:- In the intricate landscape of law, the term “Right” stands as a cornerstone concept, weaving through the fabric of justice and societal order. In its legal context, a “Right” is more than just a word; it encapsulates a powerful idea with profound implications. In the simplest sense, a legal right represents an entitlement or … Read more

Lamond vs. Richard [1897] 1 QB 541

Case Name: Lamond v. Richard Citation: [1897] 1 QB 541 Jurisdiction: England and Wales (United Kingdom) Judgement: The judgment in this case established the principle that travelers have the right to access and seek refreshments in public restaurants. It affirmed that public establishments, including restaurants, are obligated to serve travelers and cannot deny them service … Read more

Ashby vs. White (1730) 2 Ld Raym 938

Case Name: Ashby v. White Citation: (1730) 2 Ld Raym 938 Jurisdiction: England (United Kingdom) Judgement: The court held that Matthew Ashby had a legal right to vote according to the laws at that time. However, James White, a constable, unfairly denied him this right by preventing him from voting. The court emphasized the principle … Read more

D.K. Basu vs. State of West Bengal (1997) 1 SCC 416: 1997 SCC (Cri) 92

Case Name: D.K. Basu vs State of West Bengal Citation: (1997) 1 SCC 416: 1997 SCC (Cri) 92 Jurisdiction: Supreme Court of India Judgement: The Supreme Court of India delivered a landmark judgement in the case of D.K. Basu vs State of West Bengal (1997) 1 SCC 416: 1997 SCC (Cri) 92. The judgement laid … Read more