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Good Faith in English Contract Law

Over the past few years, the traditional distinction between the common law and civilian notions of good faith in the law of contract has been blurred. However, instead of incorporating a general obligation of good faith in contract, English law has adopted a piece-meal approach, by accepting the obligation of good faith in insurance contracts, when fiduciary relationships are involved, when...

SEBI’s Consent Order in the Reliance ADAG Case

On January 14, 2011, SEBI passed a consent order in the matter relating to shares of Reliance Communications Limited (RCL). SEBI had earlier initiated investigations into transactions entered into by two companies within the ADA group of companies, being Reliance Infrastructure Limited (RIL) and Reliance Natural Resources Limited (RNRL), and some of their officers on the ground that loans taken...

Commercial Disparagement as a Tool in Corporate Battles

(In the following post V. Niranjan, a B.A., LL.B (Hons.) student at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore and Editor, National Law School of India Review, analyses recent court rulings on the issue of ‘comparative’ advertising and commercial disparagement) The Delhi High Court very recently disposed of two cases relating to commercial disparagement, on the same day. This practice...

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