Legal Articles

Role of WTO in Dispute Resolution

October 26, 2020

WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION SYSTEM Author: Khushi Paliwal, Mohanlal Sukhadia University INTRODUCTION The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the largest economic organization at the international level whose sole focus is on trading activities and its rules and regulations between the nations of the world. It was officially commenced 25 years ago on 1 […]

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How to check case status in India? Full Step by Step Guide.

October 26, 2020

HOW TO CHECK CASE STATUS IN INDIA??? Author: Aishani Pattanaik, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. “Case Status” denotes the latest position of a legal case Sub judice before any court of law. The case status of a legal matter can be either “pending” or “disposed”.  With the advent of technology, the world has become a global […]

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Investigation, Inquiry and Inspection (Companies Act )

October 16, 2020

Topic:- Investigation, Inquiry and Inspection Author: Prabhuti Mandhyan, LCD, Uttranchal University, Dehradun. Introduction Investigation, Inquiry and Inspection are defined in Chapter XIV of the Companies Act under Sections 206 to 229 where the main objective of the Central Government was to protect the interest of Shareholders so as to maintain transparency so that shareholders can […]

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Legality of Weed in India?

October 15, 2020

Legality of Weed in India? Author: Snigdha Shandilya & Pritish Kumar Pattnaik Are you aware of your legal rights and permissible limits of law in case of possessing Cannabis? There is a lot to know about the legality of weed in India. Weed, commonly known as Marijuana, Ganja, Bhang, and various other India names for […]

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Analysis of the Recent Development of ADR in Different Countries.

October 14, 2020

A Brief Analysis of the Recent Development of ADR in Different Countries. Author: Snigdha Shandilya &  Pritish Kumar Pattnaik Introduction With the recent development in the legal system, most of the disputes are resolved which is more convenient than any formal trial. Most of the disputes relating to energy, financial services, aviation are settled through […]

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Ease of Doing Business in India

October 14, 2020

Ease of Doing Business in India Author: Snigdha Shandilya & Pritish Kumar Pattnaik Introduction Today, most of the international business hubs are penetrating the Indian market. India has been the top priority destination for foreign direct investment after the Indian economic policy change, 1991. Many international companies visualize India as a hub for manufacturing goods […]

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Admissibility of Recorded Evidence vis-à-vis R. M. Malkani v. State of Maharashtra

October 14, 2020

Admissibility of Recorded Evidence vis-à-vis R. M. Malkani v. State of Maharashtra Author: Tushitta Murali, Tamil Nadu National Law University.  Introduction The appellant in this case Coroner of Bombay. The prosecution claimed that Jagdish Prasad Ram- Narayan Khandelwal was admitted to the nursing home of Dr. Adatia on 3 May 1964 and diagnosed with acute […]

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How to Prevent Cyber Crime in India?

October 13, 2020

How to Prevent Cyber Crime in India? Author: Snigdha Shandilya & Pritish Kumar Pattnaik Introduction The Information and technology act defines cybercrime under it. In today’s technology-driven world, it has led to the birth of crimes under cyberspace, also known as cybercrimes. Our law has come up with various ways to handle these crimes. People […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility in India

October 13, 2020

Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility in India: Trends and Opportunity Author: Snigdha Shandilya & Pritish Kumar Pattnaik Recently, there have been various opinions and views shared concerning the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility activity, which has emerged as a vital part of the company’s responsibility towards society. Therefore, to analyze CSR’s impact upon the brand value, […]

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Corporate Debt Restructuring in India

October 13, 2020

CORPORATE DEBT RESTRUCTURING IN INDIA Author: Snigdha Shandilya &  Pritish Kumar Pattnaik What do you mean by Corporate Debt Restructuring? Corporate Debt restructuring helps the banks or companies facing financial problems for restructuring their debt, which may arise due to internal or external factors. The whole process remains non- voluntary with the motive to extend […]

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How to get an attestation certificate from Indian Embassy?

October 12, 2020

How to get an attestation certificate from Indian Embassy? Author: Poorvi Sirothia “The attestation implies confirmation. Whenever you get a chance to work or visit or have business talk on the outside, the administration of your nativity and the nation where you mean to” “move incidentally need to think about it earlier.” The movement can’t occur […]

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Humanitarian legislation

October 12, 2020

Humanitarian legislation Author: Poorvi Sirothia “International humanitarian law is a set of rules which look for, for compassionate reasons, to confine the impacts of armed conflict. It secures people who are not or are no longer taking an interest in the threats or hostilities what more, which limits the methods and techniques for warfare. International humanitarian […]

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Article of Association (AOA)

October 12, 2020

Article of association Author: Poorvi Sirothia, NMIMS- Mumbai The article of association is a document that defines the purpose of a company and specifies the regulations for its operations. The documents contain the outline of how the task should be accomplished within an organization. It is also considered as the “constitution of the company”. It […]

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Breaking of the nib of the pen after death sentence: Know more

October 11, 2020

Author: Poorvi Sirothia Breaking of nib of pen after death sentence Indian appointed authorities have been following the custom of breaking the nib of their pens in the wake of granting a capital punishment to a convict since British Raj. Here are the reasons why this training proceeds in our courts even today: 1. The training […]

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Dower under Muslim law

October 10, 2020

Dower under Muslim law Author: Poorvi Sirothia Meaning Dower money is a kind of debt that is payable to the wife. The bridegroom promises to pay a certain sum of money or other property in consideration of marriage this is known as dower. It is something like a mark of respect to the bride. Dower is […]

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