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Consumer Protection Act 2019 and its Salient Features

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The Consumer Protection Act has been regarded as the Magna Carta in the field of consumer protection for the purpose of checking unfair fair practices, defects in goods, and deficiency … Read More

Illegally Collected Evidence and its Admissibility

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The sole criterion for the admissibility of evidence in Courts in India is its ‘relevance’ as per the provisions of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872. Illegality or impropriety in the … Read More

Doctrine of Election under Transfer of Property Act

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Section 35 of The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 incorporates the Doctrine of Election. In layman language, the term ‘Election’ means choosing, and with reference to The Transfer of Property … Read More

Appointment of Arbitrator under Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

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Arbitration is a dispute resolution mechanism through which parties resolve their disputes outside the courts. The dispute must be decided by one or more Arbitrators. The decision given by the … Read More

What is E-Contracts & its uses in Modern Times

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E-Contracts are agreements modelled, signed and executed between parties to the contract electronically, usually over the internet. In this digital world, with advancements in computer, telecommunications and information technology, the … Read More

Liablity and Criminality of Drugs Dealer under NDPS act, 1985

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Drugs abuse is very common in India. Drug trafficking has increased since the last three decades because of easy money and profits. To combat this trafficking in drugs, among the … Read More

Corporate Governance in Context of M&A

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For the last few decades, the evolution of Corporate Governance has taken place at a surprising speed. After the Satyam Scam, the changes introduced in the Companies Act shaped the … Read More

Force majeure Clause and its application in COVID-19

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Contracts play a vital role in everyone’s life, especially in the Business sector of any economy. The contract creates an obligation to both the parties to perform their part of … Read More

Salient Features of Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act of 2019

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The Motor Vehicles Act originally came into effect on 1st July 1989, which replaced the Motor Vehicles Act of 1939, which had earlier replaced the first enactment of the Motor … Read More

Succession under Muslim Law

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Property is something that everyone in this world seeks to acquire. Generally, a person acquires the property of his/her ancestors during or after their death through will/ by law. succession … Read More

Excel Crop Care Ltd. Vs. Competition Commission of India

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It is true that competition is healthy for any market in the world. It forces the parties in the market to adopt innovation and research & development to keep themselves … Read More

Equal Property Rights to Daughter – SC

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A daughter always remains a loving daughter. A son is a son until he gets a wife. A daughter is a daughter throughout her life,” Justice Arun Mishra, heading a … Read More

Amendment of Pleadings under Order 6 Rule 17 of CPC

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Order VI of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 encapsulates the provisions regarding the pleadings. The first stage of the suit is filing a plaint in the court of law … Read More

Wharton’s rule under Criminal Conspiracy

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“The mind was apt to take pleasure in adapting circumstances to one another, and even in straining them a little, if need be, to force them to form parts of … Read More

Comparative Study of Banking Laws in Australia, Canada and U.K.

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Consolidation has been recognized progress in the banking industries of many jurisdictions in recent decades. In many emerging markets banks M&A has been driven by government policy initiatives for restructuring. … Read More

Real Estate Regulations Act (RERA) and its Applicability

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The main aim of the RERA act is to regulate and make the sector more transparent to stakeholder; home buyers, investors, financial institutions and allied sectors. RERA Act is implemented … Read More

All You need to know about Prashant Bhushan’s Contempt of Court Case

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Rights and restrictions always go hand in hand. There can be no right without reasonable confinements. In a similar thread of rights and reasonable restrictions, the Constitution of India provides … Read More

Restitution of Conjugal Rights and its Constitutional Validity

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Marriage is the creation of a union or bond between a husband and wife. Parties uniting in this bond of marriage commit to performing their marital duties for their lifetime. … Read More

Do CCTV Cameras in Public Violates Human Rights

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In this digital world, a life without cameras is unthinkable. Everywhere we go, we could see cameras. For example, at public places, at malls, at theatres, at parking areas, at … Read More

IPC’s stand on Women Rights

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The perpetuation of crimes against women is not a novel concept worldwide; the world is witnessing countless crimes against women every day. India is also beholding myriad cases against women … Read More

Satyam Scam And Changes Introduced In Companies Act, 2013

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It is a general phenomenon in every legal system that whenever a new law is formulated there remains some shortcomings, which leads to the huge scams, which are then rectified … Read More

Injunction under the Specific Relief Act, 1963

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The Specific Relief Act, 1963 came into force on 1st March 1964, after the Specific Relief Act, 1877 was repealed by the Parliament. The Act has its base in the … Read More

Doctrine Of Unjust Enrichment under Contract Law

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Sections 68-72 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 deals with certain relations resembling those created by contract. It incorporates those obligations which are known as “Quasi Contracts” under English Law. … Read More

ADM Jabalpur v. Shiv Kant Shukla Case- 1976

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Citation: AIR 1976 SC 1207; (1976) 2 SCC 521 Date of Judgment: 28th April 1976 Bench: Ray, A.N. (CJ), Khanna, Hans Raj, Beg, M. Hameedullah, Chandrachud, Y.V., Bhagwati, P.N. Petitioner: … Read More

Buy Back Of Shares – A Corporate Business Strategy

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Buy-Back of shares also known as Share Repurchase is a strategy adopted by the Corporate Bodies generally to restructure their Capital. Buy-Back of shares happens when a company buys its … Read More

The State of Madras Vs. Srimathi Champakam: A Case Study

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Citation of the case: 1951 AIR 226, 1951 SCR 525 Introduction:  This case leads to the foundation of the first amendment in the Indian Constitution in 1951, and hence it … Read More

A Critical Analysis of Capital Punishment in India and EU

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Capital punishment is an execution practise as punishment for a serious crime after a proper legal trial. Capital punishment is provided when the offence is proved by a court of … Read More

Transfer for the benefit of an Unborn Person

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Transfer for the benefit of the Unborn Person has been stated in Section 13 of Transfer of Property Act. The subject of legal person or personality has been highly debated … Read More

Contingent Contract under the Indian Contract Act

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A contingent contract is an arrangement that suggests activities under specified circumstances which will lead to certain results. When an occurrence or position is dependent or contingent, it suggests that … Read More

Step by Step Procedure to Register Your Design under Design Act

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What is Design? A design consists of the visual ornamental characteristics embodied in or applied to, an article of manufacture. Since a design is manifested in appearance, the subject matter … Read More

Foreign Judgment under the Civil Procedure Code

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 In simple words, foreign judgment means a judgment of a foreign court. In this new period of globalization and digitalization, the Indian legal system is often acknowledged for the importance … Read More

Challenges before Indian Judiciary

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Indian Judiciary is one of the oldest legal systems. Right from the monarchical rule to the British era and the modern system of independent India, the Indian judicial system has … Read More

Difference between Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation

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The key ADR options to civil proceedings are Arbitration, Mediation, Conciliation, Negotiation, etc. These techniques are swift, confidential, and commonly much less pricey than a trial. Turmoil and discord are … Read More

The Jurisdiction in Cyberspace- Is the law really enforceable in Cyberspace?

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The Cyberspace has been booming since the past few years and its widespread use has gathered a huge user base. With its rampant usage, there have been many malpractices involved … Read More

Difference between holder and holder-in-Due-course

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Usage of cheques, bills of exchange, promissory notes commonly known as negotiable instruments have become very common nowadays. With the increase in usage of these systems, there has been an … Read More

Changing landscape of Corporate Borrowings in India

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Corporate sector either through debts or equity arranges for its finance. The transaction of these debts is managed by the external commercial borrowings. This deals with all the transactions involving … Read More

Assignment and Transmission of Trademarks in India

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Trademarks were initially popularized during the industrial revolution. With the rising competition in the market economy, manufacturers began to identify their products by certain symbols. mark or devices so as … Read More

Patentable and Non-Patentable Inventions under Patent Law

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Some time ago, the proposal of safeguarding intellectual property and particularly making the use of patents to acquire such safeguard was unfamiliar to the communications and the infotech field. At … Read More

Doctrine of Indoor Management and Constructive Notice.

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What is a company? A company can be defined as a legal entity formed by a group of people or by an individual to carry on business. The organisation of … Read More

Why a Separate Juvenile Justice System?

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Children in conflict with law belong to one of the most vulnerable sections of children in India. Rule of law and access to justice are the basic requirements for a … Read More

Auditors and their Roles & Responsibilities under Companies Act

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In any private enterprise, an auditor performs a momentous function. Every enterprise is needed to submit its audit records as the financial period advances. The revenue and expenditure account of … Read More

Right to Privacy: Recent Legal Development

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Privacy in a general term means a state in which a person is free from public attention. Privacy is part of everyone’s life, everybody needs his/her privacy, to do any … Read More

All you need to know about the lifting of the Corporate Veil

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What is the Corporate Veil? Lifting of the corporate veil means disregarding the corporate personality and looking behind the real person who is responsible for the control of the company. … Read More

Dissolution of Company

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What is dissolution? As per the Dictionary the action of formally ending or dismissing an assembly, partnership, or official body. What is the dissolution of the company? Company is said … Read More

The Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria- The Role of International Law.

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Syrian chemical weapons program began in the 1970s. Post-training from Egypt and the Sovereign Union, weapon production started in the 1980s. Syria was ranked number 3rd in the stockpile of … Read More

Trademark in the Fashion Industry

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Intellectual activity is the functioning of mind by various methods and measures. Intellectual activity in discoveries, science, creation, or industry gives an emergence to legal rights i.e. Intellectual Property Rights. … Read More

A Study of the Patent System in India in the light of the Patent Cooperation Treaty

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Introduction of the Patent Cooperation Treaty: The Patent Cooperation Treaty is considered to be of great importance with regards to treaties for filing patents. The Patent Cooperation Treaty lays down … Read More

Censorship of the Press: Effects and Consequences

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       “Censorship is to media as lynching is to justice.” The media and entertainment industry has consistently expanded and continues to expand at a national and international level, particularly with the … Read More

Custodial Death of Jayaraj & Bennix: A Time to Re-look Police Reforms

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After starting of the movement for justice of George Floyd, another heinous case of police brutality comes where a father and son — P Jayaraj, 58, and his son Fenix, … Read More

Mistake of Law and Mistake of Fact under Indian Contract Act, 1872

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In Contract Law, there is a concept of consensus ad-idem which literally translates to the meeting of the minds. To an ordinary person, it could be explained by saying that … Read More

General Exceptions to Criminal Liability

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Every person living in this world have Private Rights. Each person should respect another’s private rights. Hence, every private right is protected by law. Any act that infringes another person’s … Read More

Legality of Lockdown in India

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“An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure”-The proverb is best suited during this COVID-19 crisis.  On 24 March 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi pronounced that India would … Read More

Role Of the World Bank And IMF In International Trade And Globalization

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Globalization means an association of people, cultures, economies by the way of cross border trade throughout the world. In simple words, Globalization brings the whole world together. It is with … Read More

St. Thomas Aquinas’ Contributions towards Law

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Amidst all the eminent scholars like William of Ockham, Duns Scotus, Averroes and other philosophers, St. Thomas Aquinas was one of the greatest scholastic philosophers of his time. He was … Read More

A Comprehensive Analysis of Criminal Intimidation

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The Crime Prevention System and the Law Enforcement system in India embraces a number of facets within its domain. Foremost is the division of various offences under different categories under … Read More

India China Conflict – Know All Possible Steps India has

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The recent incident in Galwan valley draws a watershed in India’s relations with China and this marks the end of a 45-year chapter which saw no armed confrontation on the … Read More

Regional Trade Agreements: An exception to WTO’s Principles

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International trade has been a fragment of life for a good time now. International trade fundamentally refers to the giving and taking of goods and services followed up between nations. … Read More

Step by Step Procedure for Registration of Trademark in India

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A trademark typically protects brand names and logos used on goods and services. Trademark is the symbol, word, or word legally registered or established by use as representing a company … Read More

All you need to know about India-China Conflict

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Context:  For weeks, the India-China relations dominated newspaper headlines and social media. The context is known to many. Once again the Chinese troops crossed the non-demarcated LAC at a few … Read More

Legal Obligations to Pay Wages during a Lockdown

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The outbreak of the global pandemic COVID-19 had put our lives at stake and to take preventive measures, the Government of India on March 14th, 2020 had declared this situation … Read More

Res Judicata under Civil Procedure Code

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Laws of every aspect are based on principles. These principles govern the entire kingdom of jurisprudence in a country. These principles guide legislation, give legitimacy to judicial decisions and protect … Read More

Concept of Absolute Liability and Present Legal Scenario

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Introduction to the Concept of Absolute Liability: Law of torts mainly relies upon the compensation for the victim due to any negligence on the part of the defendant. Paying damages … Read More

General Defences under Law of Torts: A discussion

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What is Torts? ‘Tortum’ a Latin word, meaning ‘Twisted’, this is where torts are derived from. Torts are also uncodified judicial precedents which considered of a wrongful act resulting in … Read More

Legal Intervention on the Problems faced by Migrant Workers during COVID Pandemic

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Migrant workers are amongst the most vulnerable sections of the society in terms of normalcy and emergency. It is intriguing that around 20 lakhs migrant labourers leave their home state … Read More

Intellectual Property Rights: Future of IPR in India

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With the beginning of open economies around the world countries, the legislations also altered accordingly. Liberalisation and globalisation are two methods which made multi-national companies to invest in many countries … Read More

Concept of Women Directors – India and Worldwide Scenario

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Gender Equality has been enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, fundamental rights, fundamental duties and directive principles of State Policy, but despite such unambiguous equal rights given to … Read More

A Comparative Study of Legal Framework on Euthanasia in India and the Netherlands

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It is a human tendency to have the desire to live a fruitful life. However, on the other hand, every human being also can experience a feeling to end his … Read More

Step by Step Procedure for filing Patent in India

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     Respect for inventors is the key for success of a patent system. As India is slowly moving towards becoming an innovation hub of Asia, the patent filing has suddenly gained … Read More

Comparative and Critical Analysis of Competition Act, 2002 and The Draft Competition (Amendment) BILL, 2020

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The article seeks to highlight major amendments proposed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) to the Competition Act, 2020. The suggested amendments are a culmination of the Competition Law … Read More

Reasonable Classification under Article 14 of the Constitution

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“Equality may be a fiction but nonetheless One must accept it as a governing principle.” Equality is one of the prime and foremost fundamental rights that an individual ought to … Read More

A Comparative Analysis of Witness Protection Schemes in India and the US

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Discovery, vindication and establishment of truth are the three pillars that define every court of justice. The gathering of the evidence from a witness is the base on which the … Read More

The Bhilwara Model: An Example for World to Combat outbreak of COVID-19

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Coronavirus – lately the topic everywhere. As of today, all of us are aware of the massive global pandemic faced by the entire world. It all started in December 2019, … Read More

COVID 19: Know Your Legal Right in Quarantine. 

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World Health Organisation(WHO) has given name to novel coronavirus as COVID -19 which infects our respiratory system. COVID-19 is a respiratory illness and is largely spread via droplets in the … Read More