Chhunna Mal Ram Nath vs. Mool Chand Ram Bhagat

Chhunna Mal Ram Nath vs.  Mool Chand Ram Bhagat (1928) 30 BOMLR 837 Key Words: breach, recovery of damages, sale, delivery, dispensing with the performance FACTS Plaintiffs entered into contract for taking deliveries of the goods packed in wooden boxes from the defendants, which latter was to secure from London. Since British government prohibited the… Read More Chhunna Mal Ram Nath vs. Mool Chand Ram Bhagat

Kailash Sharma vs. The Patna Municipal Corporation and Ors.

Kailash Sharma vs. The Patna Municipal Corporation and Ors. Citation: CWJC No. 9730 of 2006 Full Text here Facts: The Appellant-Company sold a certain number of fogging machines (used for killing mosquitoes) to the Respondent-Corporation for which the payment had to be made within one week of delivery. The Respondents did not pay within one week.… Read More Kailash Sharma vs. The Patna Municipal Corporation and Ors.

Badri Prasad v. State of Madhya Pradesh & Anr.

Badri Prasad v. State of Madhya Pradesh & Anr. 1969 SCR (2) 380 (Ascertainment) FACTS: The appellant (A) entered into a contract in respect of certain forests and became entitled to cut teak trees with some specifications.[1]After a legislation[2] vesting the estate in the State, A was prohibited from cutting timber in exercise of his… Read More Badri Prasad v. State of Madhya Pradesh & Anr.

Digamber Pershad Kirti Prasad v. State of Uttar Pradesh and Ors.

Digamber Pershad Kirti Prasad  v.  State of Uttar Pradesh & Ors. AIR 1996 All 1 (Section 2o and 26 of Sale of Goods Act) FACTS: Digambar Pershad, D got the contract of felling trees and collecting timber through an agreement to sell. D commenced the work of felling trees. All the trees were felled, sawn… Read More Digamber Pershad Kirti Prasad v. State of Uttar Pradesh and Ors.

Dominion of India v. Raj Bahadur Seth Bhikhraj Jaipuria

Dominion of India v. Raj Bahadur Seth Bhikhraj Jaipuria AIR 1957 Pat 586 (Time, Frustration, Section 299 (1) and 175 (3)) FACTS: Three contracts were entered into by the plaintiff (P) with the Railway (R) for supply of food-grains. Deliveries were to be made at any station of ER[1] in Bihar.[2] These three identical contracts… Read More Dominion of India v. Raj Bahadur Seth Bhikhraj Jaipuria