Supreme Court on Equity Estoppel, Acquiescence and Waiver
Supreme Court on Equity Estoppel Acquiescence and Waiver By Surendra Malik, Sudeep Malik
|Author||Surendra Malik And Sudeep Malik|
|Publisher||EBC Publishing Pvt. Ltd.|
Because much has been codified in legislation such as the Trusts Act, 1882, Transfer of Property Act, 1882, and Specific Relief Act, 1887/1963, and there is also a lot of Judge-made law in India, the study of Equity is both interesting and challenging.
From 1950 to the present, the present compendium comprises selected Supreme Court case law on general equity principles. Since 1950, the SCC Editors have diligently extracted Supreme Court decisions on the issue from a wide range of fact scenarios. The digest includes all of the case law up to and including (2015) 1 SCC. Equitable Interests, Estates and Trusts, Injunctions, Specific Performance and Other Forms of Equitable Relief, Contractual Matters, and Property Matters are only a few of the topics covered.
Equity is the cornerstone of the law of estoppel, waiver, and acquiescence. As a result, these topics have been included in the same Digest.
At relevant points, detailed cross-references have been provided to direct the reader to the topic area where the principles are discussed in greater depth. To facilitate quick reference, topic headings and synopses have been included. Other important and distinctive features include a Table of Cases Digested, Date of Decision, Coram Details, and so on.
The Supreme Court of the United States has declared this publication to be an authoritative source of law on the subject. Supreme Court on Specific Relief Act is a useful companion work.
TABLE OF CONTENTS of Supreme Court on Equity Estoppel, Acquiescence and Waiver
1. EQUITY1.1 Principles/Doctrines/Maxims relating to Equity
2. ESTOPPEL, ACQUIESCENCE AND WAIVER2.1 Meaning, Ingredients & Relative Scope of Estoppel, Acquiescence & Waiver
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