A preventive relief (injunction) is an order or command of the court preventing a party from doing something which he is under a legal duty not to do. Example: – If ‘A’ has reasonable apprehension that ‘B’
Explanations:- The termination of contract may be allowed by court when the contract is voidable by plaintiff or the contract is unlawful for causes not apparent on its face. What is voidable contract? According to section 2(i)
Declaratory decree means declaration from a court to effect any legal character or any right as to any property so that there is no adverse attack which could weaken that legal character or title. Explanations:- Whenever any
Explanations:- Any voidable or void instruments, if not get cancelled by court then a person may face serious injury. In order to avoid unnecessary obligation, a person can cause the instrument to be cancelled by court. Cancellation
When an instrument may be rectified? When an instrument does not express the real intention of the parties. It may be due to fraud or mutual mistake of the parties. A contract or other instruments in writing.
1. Recovering possession of property [Section 5 to 8] 2. Specific performance of contracts [Section 9 to 25] 3. Rectification of instrument [Section 26] 4. Rescission of contracts [Section 27 to 30] 5. Cancellation of instruments [Section
Why it is called specific relief Act? I. Relief provided under this Act is specific kind rather than the general relief of damage or compensation. II. Exact fulfillment of an obligation is ensured. III. An exact or