Author: Indian Legal Solution

Right to form an Association (Misuse of Article 19): Complete Details

August 25, 2019

RIGHT TO FORM ASSOCIATION (MISUSE OF ARTICLE 19)  The right guaranteed to form associations or unions is more or less a charter for all working people class in this nation. Trade union activity was not only restricted by most of the Western nations until comparatively recently, but in many nations, it was even looked upon […]

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Professional development and training program on cyber crime prevention and investigation.

August 23, 2019

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAMME ON CYBER CRIME PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATION. About BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA alongwithALL INDIA REPORTER LAW ACADEMY AND RESEARCH CENTRE (ALARC) is pleased to announce the launch of its maiden “Professional Development and Training Programme on Cyber Crime Investigation” in Pune on 3rd September, 2019 at BVP’s New Law College Auditorium, […]

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Cfp :Indian Legal Solution Journal of Criminal and Constitutional Law [Vol 1, Issue 4] ISSN : 2581-8465.

August 20, 2019

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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Step initiated by HC regarding the framing of the Uniform Civil Code (UCC).

August 18, 2019

WE DEMAND ONE NATION ONE LAW, UNIFORM CIVIL CODE – ARTICLE 44 OF OUR CONSTITUTION Author: Ms. Gayatri sahu, ITM University, Raipur. The UCC is not an invention of ruling government it was proposed in the original constitution of the India and was debated in the parliament in 1949 and later between 1951  and 1954 even […]

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When Does Negligence By Advocate Amount To Professional Misconduct?

August 17, 2019

When Does Negligence By Advocate Amount To Professional Misconduct Author: Ms. Gayatri sahu, ITM University, Raipur. Professional misconduct means wrong or improper conduct. Misconduct means an act accomplished willfully with an incorrect purpose by the humans engaged within the profession. Any behavior of an advocate in violation of professional ethics for his egocentric ends. Professional misconduct […]

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First-ever Life Imprisonment in the case of Anti Hijacking: News

August 16, 2019

FIRST EVER LIFE IMPRISONMENT IN CASE OF ANTI HIJACKING First-ever NIA special court in Ahmedabad recently pronounced the judgment Jet Hijacking Case, making the accused Birju Kishor Salla the first convict under the Anti Hijacking Act 2016. He prepared a hijack note in English or Urdu in Mumbai to Delhi flight. He boarded on October […]

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Shri J.P. Gupta Memorial- 3rd AUMP National Moot Court Competition, 2019 [Sep 26-28]: Register by Sept 02

August 15, 2019

About the Organisers The Amity Law School (ALS) in AUMPwas established in 2013. Amity Law School conducts three integrated 5 years under-graduate courses, LLB (Hons) (3 Years), LL.M.(One Year) and PhD programmes in law-related subjects. The main focus of ALS is to promote high-quality research and develop professionals in legal education and the legal profession. […]

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Can a Disabled person file a suit? Complete Guide.

August 13, 2019

CAN DISABLED PERSON FILE A SUIT? Author: Livya P. Lalu from Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida. India has somewhere in the range of 40 to 80 million people with a disability. Be that as it may, low education, few occupations and across the board social disgrace are making crippled individuals among the most barred in India. Youngsters […]

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Difference between Arbitration and Conciliation: A Comparative Study

August 12, 2019

Arbitration V. Conciliation: A Comparative Study Author: Livya P. Lalu from Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida. ADR (alternative dispute resolution) are processes used to resolve disputes, either within or outside of the formal legal system, without formal adjudication and decision by an officer of the state. The term ‘appropriate’ dispute resolution is used to express the idea […]

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An Analysis Of Tax Evasion In India

August 11, 2019

An Analysis Of Tax Evasion In India Author: Livya P. Lalu from Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida. In today’s society, taxes are said to be the most important source of financing goods, and it is one of the most powerful tools used for the development of economic and social activities in the economy and in addition, […]

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Right to Information in Private Sector

August 9, 2019

Author: Mr. Nitish, UPES, Dehradun. Introduction  “A right-based enactment is akin to a welfare measure. [It] should receive a liberal interpretation”. The Right to Information Act, 2005 (hereinafter RTI Act) was enacted by the parliament of India “to provide for setting out a practical regime of right to information for citizens” and replace the erstwhile Freedom […]

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Guardianship under Hindu and Muslim law

August 9, 2019

Guardianship under Hindu and Muslim law The Dharmashastras never include the law of guardianship it was developed by the courts during the British rule. It was established that the father is the natural guardian of the children and after Father’s​ death, the mother will be the natural guardian and no one else can be the […]

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Whether the Rape of lesbians and gays is punishable?

August 7, 2019

Whether the Rape of lesbians and gays is punishable? Author: Mr. Pushpesh Srivastava, Amity University, Lucknow. Introduction LGBT, or GLBT, is a community that represents lesbian, gay, indiscriminate, and transgender. Being terms are clarified in more detail here.  Lesbian  A lesbian lady is one who is impractically, explicitly as well as sincerely pulled in to […]

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Recording of Confessions: Detailed Analysis.

August 4, 2019

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE RECORDING OF CONFESSIONS Author: Mr. Pushpesh Srivastava, Amity University, Lucknow.  INTRODUCTION The term confession defined as a statement of an accused person in which he acknowledges that he is guilty of committing any crime or any illegal action. It is always preferable to distinguish a confession from any […]

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