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INTER SE RELATIONSHIP OF PARTNERS: JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION

A PROJECT ON
INTER SE RELATIONSHIP OF PARTNERS: JUDICIAL
INTERPRETATION

SUBMITTED TO
M/s Padma Parija
(FACULTY Law Of Contracts)

SUBMITTED BY
Rohit Mohan
SEMESTER- III
(POLITICAL SCIENCE- MAJOR)
ROLL NO- 116
(B.A., L.L.B.)

DATE OF SUBMISSION 26- 08 -2013

HIDAYATULLAH NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY,


RAIPUR (C.G.)

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I, ROHIT MOHAN, feel myself highly elated, as it gives me tremendous pleasure to come out
with work on the topic INTER SE RELATIONSHIP OF PARTNERS:JUDICIAL
INTERPRETATION. I started this project a month ago and on its completion I feel that I
have not only successfully completed it but also earned an invaluable learning experience.
First of all I express my sincere gratitude to my teachers who enlightened me with such a
wonderful and elucidating research topic. Without her, I think I would have accomplished only a
fraction of what I eventually did. I thank her for putting her trust in me and giving me a project
topic such as this and for having the faith in me to deliver. Her sincere and honest approach have
always inspired me and pulled me back on track whenever I went off track. Mam ,thank you for
an opportunity to help me grow.
I also express my heartfelt gratitude to staff and administration of HNLU in library and IT lab
that was a source of great help for the completion of this project.
Next I express my humble gratitude to my parents for their constant motivation and selfless
support. I would thank my brother for guiding me. I also express my gratitude to all the class
mates for helping me as and when required and must say that working on this project was a great
experience. I bow my head to the almighty for being ever graceful to me.
Thanks,
ROHIT MOHAN
(SEMESTER III)
ROLL NO.116

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT............................................ ii
TABLE OF CASES........ 1
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS .. 2
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY............................................................................. 2
INTRODUCTION............ 1
HISROTICAL RELEVANCE OF PARTNERSHIP IN COMMON LAW
CONTEXT................................................................................................................2
HISTORICAL RELEVANCE OF PARTNERSHIP IN INDIAN CONTEXT.........3
RELATIONS OF PARTNERS TO ONE ANOTHER..............................................5
CONCLUSION.......................................................................................................12
BIBLIOGRAPHY...................................................................................................13

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TABLE OF CASES

Bisset v Daniel..................................................................................(1853)10Hare493,522
Kunmdaliammal v Kunhi Kannan..................................................................................... AIR 1930 Ma d 141

Maung Tha v Mah Thein....................................................................................................... (1901) 28 Cal53

Gattulal vs Gulab Singh........................................................................................................ AIR 1985 SC 547

Rustomji v Purushottamdas............................................................................................... (190 1)25Bom606

Pabitra Construction Co v UCO Bank.................................................................................. AIR 2008 Cal 103

Ganpat v Annaji.........................................................................................................(1889 ) 23 Bom 144,145

Y Venkanna Chowdhary v G. Laxmidevamma.................................................................. AIR 1994 Mad 140

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List of abbreviations
All ER................................................ ALL ENGLAND REPORTER
Bom................................................... BOMBAY
SCC................................................... SUPREME COURT CASES
AIR.................................................... ALL INDIA REPORTER
Mad.....................................................MADRAS
Cal.......................................................Calcutta

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

The researcher has followed the non doctrinal method for research design. The research is based
on both primary and secondary sources. Literature review has been done extensively in order to
make a comprehensive presentation. Books from the universitys library have been used.
Computer from the computer laboratory of the university has been used for the purpose of
secondary research and is the main source of project.

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