Interviews/Articles

The doctrine of Constructive Notice

July 14, 2018

The doctrine of Constructive Notice Author : Gaurav Dua   The law recognises a company as an artificial person, which means it has been given some status of a legal person. It is governed by its own constitution and framework which lays down the powers, objectives and functions of the company along with the nature of […]

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Unmarried Daughter entitled to claim Maintenance.

July 13, 2018

UNMARRIED DAUGHTER ENTITLED TO CLAIM MAINTENANCE Author: Saloni Bansal   A person is entitled to basic amenities of life like food, clothing, shelter and another necessary requirement to live a dignified life. The maintenance law in India lays down the duty of a man to provide maintenance to his parents, wife and children. Law of maintenance […]

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Pledge and Bailment

July 12, 2018

Pledge and Bailment Author : Apratim De Editor: Paavni                                                                                             Introduction The word bailment […]

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Specific Performance under Contract Law.

July 11, 2018

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE UNDER CONTRACT LAW Author: Robin Soni   “Specific Performance” an order of the court, which is an alternative of monetary compensation awarded in case of breach of contract by any party i.e when one party fails to fulfil terms of the contract, another party can ask the court to direct the party for […]

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Supreme Court of India 

July 9, 2018

Supreme Court of India  Author : Mr. Aniket Dwevedi   The Supreme Court of India is the highest judicial forum and final court of appeal under the Constitution of India and came into being on 28 January 1950. It is known to everyone that the Supreme Court is the ultimate interpreter of the Constitution and, […]

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Emergence of The Rarest of the Rare Doctrine

July 8, 2018

Emergence of The Rarest of the Rare Doctrine Author : Devansh Saraswat     Introduction The Apex Court of the Nation in Bachan Singh v State of Punjab[1] laid down the principle, “Life imprisonment is the rule and death sentence is an exception.” Supreme Court, in due course of its judgement in the Bachan Singh […]

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Consequences of Violating a Lawyers Code of Conduct

July 7, 2018

Consequences of Violating a Lawyers Code of Conduct Author : Maahi Mayuri Editor: Paavni Thareja   Law is a noble profession and the individuals are required to follow and adhere to certain ethics, rules and code of conduct. All individuals practising the profession are expected to follow the same. The importance of the profession is […]

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Cyber-crimes, security and its remedies

July 6, 2018

Article: Cyber-crimes, security and its remedies   Author :  Yash Soni Btech+LLb (Cyberlaw) University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun. Cyber-crime is a type of crime which falls under the virtual world that is known as “Cyberspace”. The Term Cyberspace is very broad with no barriers as in the current ERA we can see that […]

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The position of Indian Judicial System in India

July 5, 2018

The position of Indian Judicial System in India Author : Garima, University School of Law and Legal Studies (GGSIPU) Editor : Paavni Thareja The Judicial system of India is being marked as the saviour of our country. Initially, with the emergence of Supreme Court by Regulating Act 1773, there was a great need of a […]

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Human trafficking in different countries

July 3, 2018

HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES Author: Kavya Jhawar, GLS Law college, Ahmedabad. Human Trafficking is one of the worst problems which the world is facing now with some countries being the biggest importer whereas some are an exporter and this is how all the countries are contributing to this crime. The United Nations defines Human Trafficking […]

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How to become a good researcher

July 1, 2018

How to become a good researcher By- Paavni Thareja, 3rd-year law student from Raffles University (Neemrana). In the competitive world full of hidden talents and experiences, you need to uplift yourself in every possible way. In every field of career, the requirement of researching techniques is most demandable. People who are pursuing law come across […]

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