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

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

Sant Ram vs. Labh Singh AIR 1965 SC 314

Case Name: Sant Ram v. Labh Singh Citation: AIR 1965 SC 314 Jurisdiction: Supreme Court of India Judgement: The Supreme Court of India ruled that Labh Singh was the rightful owner of the disputed land, emphasizing the importance of legal documents to establish ownership. The court held that mere possession, even for an extended period … Read more