Hypothecation and Mortgage Property in India

Hypothecation legally means providing something as collateral for any form of debt. However, although a collateral security is provided the debtor usually does not have to turn over physical custody of the collateral although the lender is "hypothetically" in control of the collateral. The Indian Contract Act does not define the term ‘hypothecation’, however, section … Continue reading Hypothecation and Mortgage Property in India

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Analyzing “Shareholder protection and stockmarket development: an empirical test of the legal origins hypothesis” by Armour, Deakin, Sarkar, Siems and Singh

  Question 1: Explain what the researchers wanted to find out. What research methods did they employ? What criticisms may be made of the research design?   Answer 1: The researchers of the article “Shareholder protection and stockmarket development: an empirical test of the legal origins hypothesis”[1] wanted to find out the “law matters” and … Continue reading Analyzing “Shareholder protection and stockmarket development: an empirical test of the legal origins hypothesis” by Armour, Deakin, Sarkar, Siems and Singh