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INVOKING FORCE MAJEURE CLAUSES

Force majeure is usually defined as an unforeseen incident, or an event that can neither be anticipated or controlled, such as an act of God, war etc., making it impossible for a party facing force majeure to perform his obligations under the contract. Hence, a Force majeure clause is included in most of the contracts, to provide some relief to the party facing difficulty to perform the contractual obligations.

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MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961

The Maternity Benefit Act is one of the best legislations passed by the government to protect the employment of women during the phase of motherhood. The primary motive is to help her to take care of her child, protecting her health alongside, and preserve the self-respect for working mothers.