Day: July 1, 2020

Possession

July 1, 2020

Possession Author: Zainul Rizvi Introduction Possession is the oldest relation of man with property[1]. In earlier times this was the best title over the property. Whoever gets the possession gets the property. Later on, with the development of civilization possession is regulated to the second place and ownership becomes the best title so at present […]

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Ownership

July 1, 2020

Ownership Author: Zainul Rizvi  Introduction.                                    The concept of ownership relates to the title of the property like who will have the better title over the property at present. Ownership is the best title of the property and if the owner is not present then the possession will be considered as the second-best title over […]

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Legal Personality

July 1, 2020

Legal Personality Autor: Zainul Rizvi Legal personality is a medium through which some such units are created in whom rights can be vested – G.W. Paton Origin of the term Legal Personality The word person has been derived from the Latin word Persona which means mask. In olden times before the 16th century, people wore […]

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Sources of Law

July 1, 2020

Sources of Law Author: Zainul Rizvi What is law? The term law means different kinds of Principles and rules. It is an instrument that regulates behavior and human conduct. In simpler sense Law means a set of rules that governs the state or set of rules which describe the proper functioning of a state. According […]

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Theories of Punishment

July 1, 2020

Theories of Punishments Author: Zainul Rizvi WHAT IS PUNISHMENT? Section 53 of the Indian Penal Code enumerates various kinds of punishments to which the offenders are liable under the Penal Code. The main purpose of the administration of criminal justice is to punish the offenders. It is the state which punishes criminals. Punishment is the […]

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Historical School of Jurisprudence

July 1, 2020

HISTORICAL SCHOOL OF JURISPRUDENCE Author: Zainul Rizvi Reason for the emergence of Historical School of Jurisprudence The revolutionary ideas of positive legal thinking had a very devastating effect as they failed to meet the needs of the people which led to the emergence of a new approach to the study of jurisprudence based on history […]

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Introduction & Schools of jurisprudence

July 1, 2020

An Introduction of Jurisprudence Author: Zainul Rizvi The word “jurisprudence’’ is derived from a Latin word jurisprudentia, which means ‘Knowledge of law’. Thus jurisprudence signifies knowledge of the law and its application, It covers the whole body of legal principles in the world. In England during the formative era, the term ‘jurisprudence’ was being used […]

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Judicial intervention in arbitration

July 1, 2020

JUDICIAL INTERVENTION IN ARBITRATION LAW IN INDIA Author: Sankalpita Pal Introduction The evolution of arbitration law in India has a long-running history. Modern Arbitration was first introduced during British India in 1772 through the Bengal Regulations.  However, the eventually Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 came into being. In the initial stage, when a dispute arises […]

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Arbitral award and termination of an arbitral award

July 1, 2020

ARBITRAL AWARD AND TERMINATION OF ARBITRAL PROCEEDING Author: Sankalpita Pal Introduction This topic is wholly dealt with in CHAPTER VI of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. Sections 28 to 33 wholly deal with “making of arbitral award and termination of proceedings” under this Chapter. This article will not only explain the important bare provisions […]

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