Section 142 Contract Act 1872

 


Section 142 Contract Act 1872 in Hindi and English 



Section 142 Contract Act 1872 :Guarantee obtained by misrepresentation, invalid - Any guarantee which has been obtained by means of misrepresentation made by the creditor, or with his knowledge and assent, concerning a material part of the transaction, is invalid


Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 142 of Contract Act 1872 :

Desayi Chelapathi Reddi vs The Provincial Government Of on 4 February, 1949

Madras High Court 

Desayi Chelapathi Reddi vs The Provincial Government Of on 4 February, 1949

Madras High Court 

Dr. Pradeep Mohanbay vs Minguel Carlos Dias on 1 October, 1999

Bombay High Court 

Corporation Bank vs Mohandas Baliga on 6 November, 1992

Karnataka High Court 

S.Sivakumar vs M/S.Sundaram Finance Limited on 23 April, 2019

Madras High Court 

S.Sivakumar vs M/S.Sundaram Finance Limited on 23 April, 2019

Madras High Court 

M/S Ncubate Logistic & vs Union Of India & Ors on 8 February, 2021

Delhi High Court 

National Small Industries Corp. vs Myson Electronics P. Ltd. & Ors on 29 August, 2016

Delhi High Court 

Guru Nanak Dev Universal vs Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak on 25 September, 2008

Punjab-Haryana High 

K. Ramachandra Rao And Ors. vs State Of A.P. Rep. By Public on 27 December, 2004

Andhra High Court 


भारतीय संविदा अधिनियम, 1872 की धारा 142 का विवरण :  -  दुर्व्यपदेशन द्वारा अभिप्राप्त प्रत्याभूति अविधिमान्य होगी -- कोई भी प्रत्याभूति, जो लेनदार द्वारा या उसके ज्ञान और अनुमति से संव्यवहार के तात्विक भाग के बारे में दुर्व्यपदेशन से अभिप्राप्त की गई है, अविधिमान्य है।


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