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Law Relating to Injunctions

Law Relating to Injunctions

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  • Author(s): S.C. Sarkar
  • Brand: Tagore Law Lectures
  • Edition: 3 Revised and enlarged Ed 2012
  • Approx. Pages 435 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description

» This is a classical work on Injunction which delivered as the Tagore Law Lecture in the University of Calcutta in the last decade of the 19th century.
» This revised edition is being published after nearly two decades has been widely revised, enlarged with developments of law, case laws of the Supreme Court and High Courts of India.
» Foreign decisions pertaining to the subject have been incorporated at relevant places.
» References to all latest editions of other authoritative books (Indian as well as foreign titles) have been referred to in places of those stated in earlier editions.
» Many complicated issues like anti-social behavior injunction, interlocutory injunction on sex-shop, order against molestation etc have been included.
» Practical, day-to-day knotty problems relating to injunction (Civil, Criminal and intellectual Property) in India are dealt with in the different chapters of the book.
» Model forms of applications, claims, plaints, petitions, suits have been added to enhance the utility of this book.
» Relevant statutes  of Arbitration's  and Conciliation Act, Civil Procedure, The Companies Act, Constitution of India, Copyright Act, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Easements Act, Specific Relief Act, Trade Marks Act, have been added for its comprehensiveness.
» An exhaustive contents and subject index have been prepared for easy references to any subject/content.   
» The book has a comprehensive outlook containing the law, forms and relevant statutes making it useful for any person looking for this subject who would not have to look elsewhere.
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Contents

Introductory
Chapter 1    :    Injunctions Generally
Chapter 2    :    Injunctions Generally - (Contd)
Chapter 3    :    Practice Relating to Injunctions
Chapter 4    :    Injunctions In Respect of Judicial Proceedings
Chapter 5    :    Injunctions Against Alienation, Waste, Damage or Fraudulent Disposition of Property
                           Pendente Lite
Chapter 6    :    Injunctions in the case of Obligations Arising from Contract, Transfer of Property or Trust
Chapter 7    :    Injunctions in cases of Tort
Chapter 8    :    Injunctions in cases of Defamation, Malicious Words and Slander of Title
Chapter 9    :    Injunctions against Trespass and Waste
Chapter 10  :    Injunctions against Nuisances
Chapter 11  :    Injunctions against Infringement of Copyright, Trade marks and Patents
Chapter 12  :    Injunctions to stay Wrongful acts of a special Nature
Model forms of Plaints and Applications
Relevant sections of Statutes
Table of Cases - A to Z
Bibliography
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Author Details
Sir john Woodroffe was the eldest son of James Tisdall Woodroffe, Advocate General of West Bengal and sometime Legal Member of the Government of India. He was educated at Woburn Park School and University College, Oxford where has studied jurisprudence and the B.C.L. (Bachelor of Civil Laws). He was called to the Bar by Inner Temple in 1889 and in the following year was enrolled as an advocate of the Calcutta High Court. He was soon meadea Fellow of the Calcutta University and appointed Tagore Law Professor. He was appointed Standing Counsel to the Government  of India in 1902 and two years later was elevated the High Court Bench. He served the chair with competence for eighteen years and in 1915 officiated as Chief Justice. After retiring, he was the Reader in Indian Law to the University of Oxford. He finaly moved to Finance in his retirement. Along sides his judicial duties he studies Sanskrit and Hindu Philosophy and was specially interested in the esoteric Hindu Tantric Shakti systeem. He translated around twenty Sanskrit texts and Under his Pseudonym Arthur Avalon.
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