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Certificate course on IPR by Jyotirmoy School of Law and indianlegalsolution.com

April 5, 2020

About the organisers Jyotirmoy School of Law (Kolkata) is an initiative of the Jyotirmoy Education & Welfare Foundation which was established in the year 2008. Jyotirmoy School of Law aims to attract the best talents among the aspiring students who shall be admitted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the University of Calcutta […]

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Certificate Course on Research Methodology (7th batch) @indianlegalsolution.com

April 3, 2020

This course has been designed by indianlegalsolution.com A Unit of Raghvendra Kumar and Associates LLP (AAO-0844), is a top legal website of the country.  We’re recognized by StartupIndia, Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India, Government of India [DPIIT35711] The objective of this course is to grow the seeds of proper research methodology among Law students. It is […]

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Certificate course on Human Rights (11th Batch)

March 28, 2020

About: This course has been designed by indianlegalsolution.com A Unit of Raghvendra Kumar and Associates LLP (AAO-0844), is a top legal website of the country.  We’re recognized by StartupIndia, Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India, Government of India [DPIIT35711] This course has been designed to give you an insight into the perspectives of Human Rights. This course […]

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Types of Writs

April 7, 2020

TYPES OF WRITS Author: Kriti Goyal, *This article has been written by the author while pursuing a Certificate Course on Research Methodology with us. INTRODUCTION To provide Economic and Social justice is the main motive behind the Indian Constitution. The Constitution of India, provides Fundamental Rights and ordinarily cannot be taken away and to ensure […]

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ONLINE CERTIFICATE COURSE ON CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (LAST DATE OF REGISTRATION: 15TH APRIL 2020)

April 6, 2020

Course duration :  One Month Course starting date : 15 April 2020. Course fee: 1000 INR A properly implemented CSR concept can bring along a variety of competitive advantages, such as enhanced access to capital and markets, increased sales and profits, operational cost savings, improved productivity and quality, efficient human resource base, improved brand image […]

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Judicial Review

April 6, 2020

Judicial Review Author: Vidhi S Shrivastav Introduction The State is no longer a laissez-faire state but has now gravitated towards becoming a welfare state. As per Article 12 of the Constitution of India1, the term ‘State’ may be used to denote Union Government and State Government, Parliament and State Legislatures, and all local or other authorities within […]

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Malicious Prosecution

April 5, 2020

Malicious Prosecution Author: Monazza Sajid, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA What is the definition of Malicious Prosecution? The court defined the term ‘Malicious prosecution’ in the case of West Bengal State Electricity Board v. Dilip Kumar Ray. According to the court, it was “ajudicial proceeding instituted by one person against another, from wrongful or improper motive […]

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Cfp :ILSJCCL [Vol 2, Issue 2] ISSN : 2581-8465. (Free Publication)

April 4, 2020

About : ILSJCCL (Indian Legal Solution Journal of Criminal and Constitutional Law) is e-journal having ISSN: 2581-8465 (A Unit of Raghvendra Kumar and Associates LLP,  Reg no. AAO-0844) The team is currently working in the field of Free Legal Assistance and for students providing the platform for law students to represent themselves. To provide students with a […]

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Doctrine of Pleasure

April 3, 2020

Doctrine of Pleasure: Someone’s Job till Someone’s Pleasure Author: Mr. Mudit Saxena, Galgotias University What is Doctrine of Pleasure? It refers to the power of the Crown (king or queen) to remove any civil servant from his/her office without providing any justification or a notice of termination to the servant i.e., the civil servant holds […]

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False Imprisonment and other forms of Trespass

April 2, 2020

False Imprisonment and other forms of Trespass Author: Meenakshi Raj, Law Center 1, Faculty of Law, Delhi University. Introduction: The French word ‘Tort’ has been derived from a Latin term ‘Tortum’, which means to twist.  It is a violation of rights or breach of duty by one person towards the other person. A tort is […]

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Epidemic Disease Act: India battels coronavirus with British-era Act

April 2, 2020

Epidemic Disease Act, 1897 Author: Meenakshi Raj, Law Center 1, Faculty of Law, Delhi University. What is Disease? Associated with specific symptoms and signs, a disease is “an abnormal condition that affects a living organism in which a localized disease affects a specific part of the body, a disseminated disease spreads to other parts of […]

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Compounding of offences

April 1, 2020

Compounding of offences Author: Dhruv Gupta, GGSIPU Introduction The criminal justice system in India can be understood in reference to three basic principles that are as follows- It is an adversarial system i.e, the prosecutor (on behalf of the State) accuses the person of the commission of some crime and he has to prove his […]

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Damnum Sine Injuria And Injuria Sine Damnum

March 31, 2020

Damnum Sine Injuria And Injuria Sine Damnum Author: Monazza Sajid, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA What do you mean by Damnum Sine Injuria? According to Merriam-Webster, Damnum Sine Injuria refers to any loss to which no legal remedy has been provided. “Damnum Sine Injuria is a legal maxim which states no action will lie if there […]

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Wagering Agreement

March 30, 2020

WAGERING AGREEMENT Author: Ms. Shweta Samant, ICFAI Dehradun. INTRODUCTION Wager, the dictionary meaning of the word is ‘something risked on an uncertain event’ and Wagering is a type of gambling, which involves betting on the outcome of an external event or fact, such as a sporting event or a piece of trivia. The wagering of […]

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Interpretation of Statutes

March 30, 2020

INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES Author: Mallika Kapoor, The Department of Law, Aligarh Muslim University. Introduction: The Theory of “Separation of Power” promulgated by Montesquieu has engendered a dichotomy between the various organs of the State, (Legislature, Executive and Judiciary) relating to the exercise of prerogatives vested in each one of them. Herein, one of the most […]

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Oral Evidence: Detailed Notes

March 29, 2020

Author: Mr. Krishna Murari Yadav Assistant Professor, LC-I, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi. Introduction: Oral and Documentary evidence Section 3 “Evidence” – “Evidence” means and includes – (1) Oral Evidence – all statements which the Court permits or requires to be made before it by witnesses, in relation to matters of fact under inquiry; […]

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