This commentary on The Law of Partnership in India, originally authored by the Late Justice ST Desai, the first Chief Justice of Gujarat, and later a very eminent Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court, occupies a place of distinction in its field of operation. Ever since the book was first published in 1940, it has been accepted by the Bench and the Bar as an authoritative work on the subject in India. The unique feature of the book, apart from the critical and insightful commentary, is the separate section which deals with the diverse procedural aspects of Partnership Law.Key Features:
- Covers emerging issues as well as legislative developments
- Focuses on the developments made in the law relating to partnership.
- Contains critical appraisal of judgments of the Indian Courts that have led to the change and development in the legal position.
- Major landmark and important judgements have been incorporated.
Satyajeet A Desai is Senior Advocate practicing in the High Court of Gujarat on the Constitutional, Original as well as the Appellate side since twenty one years. He is also the distinguished and eminent revising author of the legal classic Mulla Hindu Law. Satyajeet Desai chaired the session dealing with draft legislation, held under the aegis of the Law Commission of India, regarding proposed changes to the Hindu Succession Act. The author hails from a family of eminent Jurists and has continued the legacy of his grandfather, Late Justice ST Desai who was a Judge of the Bombay High Court, later the First Chief Justice of the High Court of Gujarat, on the bifurcation of the greater bilingual State of Bombay, and thereafter Senior Advocate Supreme Court of India.