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Mar 05 1956 (HC)

The State of Madras Vs. Ramalingam and Co.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-05-1956

Reported in : [1957]8STC77(Mad)

..... of the english sale of goods act, section 18 (1) of the american uniform sales act (see text of the act, appendix v, page 457 of rameshwar dial, indian sale of goods act) and sections 78 to 84 of the indian contract act. the language of section 78 of the indian contract act did not express the law so clearly ..... credit is doubtful, or at least unknown ; he may be faced with the possibility of sharp fluctuations in the rate of exchange between the formation of the contract and the date of payments ; and, even if free from these peculiar anxieties, neither he nor the buyer may wish to see their ..... i.l.r.(1916) cal. 98, herbert john ames v. j.p. virji : air1924bom41 , baijnath v. nandram : air1926pat353 .41. a contract of sale is a consensual act. the parties are free to settle any terms they please. and sub-section (1) of section 19 gives effect to that basic principle of the ..... invoices as represented the original prices. the defendants accordingly refused to pay the bill presented on the next shipment and the plaintiffs then cancelled the contract, claiming damages from the defendants as on a repudiation by the buyers ; held, that the credit being irrevocable, the refusal of the defendants ..... to be received before april 14, 1921, ' this to be considered a confirmed irrevocable credit.'18. the plaintiffs shipped two instalments under the contract and received payment under the letter of credit. the buyers then found that the invoices included an increase in the purchase price on account of .....

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Aug 10 1956 (HC)

T. Rangaswami Vs. T. Aravindammal

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-10-1956

Reported in : AIR1957Mad243

..... (1949) p. 70 & foll. phillips practice of the divorce division fourth edn. (1951) p. 39 and foil; jackson the law relating to the formation and annulment of marriage pp. 69-73 and 103-108 and 203-315 etc. (1951).17. in america unless as in many states it is made ..... used interchangeably, in strict reality, it is only voidable and void and non-existent marriages which can be declared null and void, and the contract of marriage made void ab initio; in regard to a valid marriage, it can only be annulled or dissolved provided one or more-specified ..... 17a. american jurisprudence, sections 140 and 141, has the following to say:'section 140. capability of consummation is an implied term in every marriage contract. it is so essential that on discovery of the entire incapacity of one of the parties for that duty of wedlock, the other may have ..... tough hymen or vagina. (though according to law, a boy under 14 is impotent, in fact, he is not always so). also -- obesity, 3. 'inflammations or cicatricial' contractions*. 'vaginismus'. krauroses vulvae; internal piles, tight stricture. 4. tumorous*:--elephantiasis; 'hernia', big hydrocele.'psychial* 1. absence of voluptuous thoughts. 2. 'repugnance' towards individuals, 'fear ..... marriage and continued to be so until the institution of the proceedings; ......(see commentaries of hindu marriage act xxv of 1955 by k. p. saxena, page 159). 14. under the indian divorce act iv of 1869, impotency is not a ground for divorce but a ground for nullity of marriage .....

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