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School for Continuing Education (NGA-SCE)

Course: Business Law

1. In today’s corporate scenario undergoing long drawn litigation is
expensive and time consuming. The senior management of your company
has given you a project to find the feasibility of Alternate Dispute
Resolutions (ADR). Please prepare a short brief on what is ADR, its types,
advantages and practical examples where ADR is feasible than
conventional litigation. (10 Marks)
Solution: Alternate Dispute Resolutions (ADR)
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is the procedure for settling disputes without
litigation, such as arbitration, mediation, or negotiation. ADR procedures are
usually less costly and more expeditious. They are increasingly being utilized in
disputes that would otherwise result in litigation, including high-profile labor
disputes, divorce

2. Junaid is an investigative journalist assigned to identify and bring to light
negligence of the Municipal Authority at Mumbai. Junaid is currently
investigating whether the initiative of segregation of garbage has been
fully implemented but he has not received any response from the
authorities. Please help Junaid under what law he can legally obtain
information along with the procedure, timelines and cost involved (10
Solution: Junaid can ask the desired information under Right to Information
Act (RTI Act), 2005
An Act to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information
for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public

authorities, in order to promote transparency and accountability in the
working of every public

3. Rakesh had planned to go for short holiday in Goa along with his wife. He
started looking out for hotels in Goa and based on various websites and
reviews he had booked a Le Grand Hotel in North Goa. He paid the money
in advance and the booking was confirmed. On reaching this hotel, he
found that the hotel was not as per the hotel’s website and reviews.
Further, on reaching the hotel he realized that the pictures displayed on
the website were in such angle so as to conceal the real look and image of
the hotel property. Rakesh demanded a refund, but the Hotel refused
stating that Rakesh was supposed to check before booking and quoted
the principle of “Caveat Emptor”.
Please help Rakesh in the following:

a. Is Rakesh’s claim defeated under the principle of Caveat Emptor? Please
give reasons for your answers. (5 Marks)
Solution: Caveat emptor is a neo-Latin phrase meaning "let the buyer beware." It
is a principle of contract law in many jurisdictions that places the onus on the buyer
to perform due diligence before making a purchase. The term is commonly used in

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