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The Employee’s Compensation Act, 1923 (“hereinafter referred as the “Act”) was enacted with a view to provide payment in the form of compensation by certain classes of employers to their employees for any injury occurred by accident. Employer’s Liability for Compensation Section 3 of the Act enumerates the employer’s liability. It states if personal injury...

This Article is written from the perspective of an employer. Representations are the statements of past or present facts whereas warranties are the promise of current and future conditions. Every contract includes Representations and Warranties and these are the underlying facts as presented by one party to another to induce them to enter into a contract...