"I realise that some of my criticisms may be mistaken; but to refuse to criticize judgements for fear of being mistaken is to abandon criticism altogether... If any of my criticisms are found to be correct, the cause is served; and if any are found to be incorrect the very process of finding out my mistakes must lead to the discovery of the right reasons, or better reasons than I have been able to give, and the cause is served just as well." -Mr. HM Seervai, Preface to the 1st ed., Constitutional Law of India.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Links of Interest

In the Law and Legal Developments blog, there was a discussion on the UK Supreme Court's case of Inveresk plc (Respondent) v Tullis Russell Papermakers Limited (Appellant) (Scotland), where the Doctrine of Retention was analysed. The said blog has also analysed Indian cases on the point. Really interesting. Do check them out, in case you have not already done so. The posts from the said blog on the said issue can be accessed from here, here, here and here.

The Kasab Judgement, where death penalty was awarded to the Mumbai 26/11 terrorist, can be accessed from here (thanks to Bar and Bench for providing us with the link).
  
In RTS Flexible Systems Limited v. Molkerei Alois Müller Gmbh & Company KG, the UK Supreme Court has dealt with a tricky issue on Letters of Intent . We will be doing a post on this case soon. Till then, you can read the judgement of the UK Supreme Court or, in case you don't have the time, you can read this short press release on the judgement. The judgement can be accessed from here.

By the way, check out the "Law Reviews/ Journals" Gadget on the bottom left of the blog. We have given a list of links to the some most popular law reviews/ law journals. The links lead to the current issues of the journals.Over the next few days, we will be coming up with a comprehensive list of such links. 

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