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The High Court of Kerala is situated in the city Kochi. It is the Apex body of the State Judiciary established under Article 214 headed by the Hon'ble Chief Justice. The sanctioned strength of the Hon'ble judges of the high court of Kerala is of 35 permanent and 12 additional judges. Presently, there are 27 permanent and 10 additional judges. Kerala was not a separate state after independence. It was falling under two Princely States Travancore-Cochin and Malabar which were earlier under the control of the British. The Princely States of Travancore and Cochin were incorporated into the United States of Travancore Cochin on first July 1949. Malabar remained a part of Madras Province. Under the State Reorganization Act, 1956 Travancore Cochin State and Malabar were combined to mark the State of Kerala, on 1st November 1956. On 1st November 1956, State Reorganization Act, 1956 was passed combining furthermore the State of Travancore-Cochin with Malabar area and Kasaragod to shape the current border of Kerala. The High Court of Kerala, as it is today was also built on 1 November 1956 as the High Court assigned for the State of Kerala. Justice K. T. Koshi was the first Chief Justice of the Kerala High Court. The incumbent Chief Justice of High Court of Kerala presently is S Mani Kumar
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The bonus is the incentive offered to employers to enable them to work successfully in a monetary way. The allocation of the Bonus Act depends on incentives.
A breach of a contract occurs when a party thereto, renounces his liability to perform his part of the contract either totally or partially. The failure to perform may take place when the time for performance has arrived or even before that. The law expects parties to a contract to perform their respective obligations and naturally frowns upon a contract’s breach. A breach is of two types:
Many countries have a wide array of rules and regulations so as to prevent consumers from malicious or unfair trade practices. As a result of which there are laws that aim to provide equal opportunities for similar businesses having the same line of the industry by stopping them from gaining excessive power over their competitions. These are called as Anti-trust Laws. India realised that it needed a stronger and well-equipped law to tackle complex problems resulting from the existing Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1956 (MRTP) and so, was taken over by The Competition Act, 2002 on March 1, 2009.The main objectives of this Act