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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