Category: Legal Articles

Clinical Trial and its legality in India

Author- Abhishek Sinha, B.B.A. LL.B. (IVth Year), ICFAI University, Dehradun Introduction India being the land of Unani and Ayurveda Medicines, it is a prominent gospel that long-established systems of medicines always played a significant role in meeting the health care needs of the world. India in the past few years have witnessed a huge rise

Pre-package Insolvency: A Maiden Chapter Towards the Rescue of MSMEs?

Authors- Harsh Kumar Dubey, ICFAI Law School, Dehradun Aryak Wadhawan, ICFAI Law School, Dehradun Abstract An effectively operating economy requires an effectively operating bankruptcy system. Before the enactment of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, the legislative structure in India which dealt with insolvency and restructuring procedures of partnership firms, corporate entities, and individuals, was

An Undeclared Education Emergency

Author: Kushagra Gahlot Undoubtedly, the COVID 19 pandemic has disrupted the normalcy of citizens of India by causing the closure of business, economy, and more importantly the educational sectors. As the medium of education throughout India during the COVID-19 pandemic has been shifted through online mode by the virtue of google meet, zoom etc. The

An Analytical Study On Nuisance In Torts

Author: Kadimi Lakshmi Harshitha, Alliance University, Karnataka INTRODUCTION According to our law of the land, every individual is entitled to enjoy their property and rights without causing any disturbances or inconvenience to others. However, if someone uses the land which results in unlawful interference with the rights of the others, they are said to commit

Arbitration And Conciliation In Resolving Disputes Is Still A Far Cry In India

Author 1: Ms Mishika Loonker, Institute of Law, Nirma University; Author 2: Ms Divya Mehta, Institute of Law, Nirma University “An ounce of mediation is worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation!” -Joseph Grynbaum Introduction This article discusses in detail the recent amendment made under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 and

The offence of theft under the IPC

THE OFFENCE OF THEFT UNDER THE IPC Author: This article is written by Kammate NATIGOU *Author has written this article while pursuing training program on article writing by INTRODUCTION The notion of theft is as old as the existence of man on earth. Theft is a social phenomenon. Men always have this tendency to appropriate

Cyber Crime And How Not To Be Its Victim

Author- Kumar Ankit, Rajiv Gandhi National Law University. INTRODUCTION In everyday life, everybody is driving their existence with innovation. Our day-by-day life relies upon innovation. In this way, people tend to know about cyberspace and how its function. Cyberspace has all that a person requires as far as information on anything. In this way, people

Sources of Hindu Law [Updated]

Author: Jatin Garg, VIPS, Delhi INTRODUCTION India is a country that has abundant personal laws, each community has its own personal law. The Hindu, the majority community has separate family law, so have Muslims, Christians, Jains, Sikhs. Hindus and Muslims have since time immemorial maintained that their laws are of divine origin. However, no such

Judicial and Non-Judicial Stamp Paper

Author: Ms. Kritika Goyal, Amity Law School, Delhi. Judicial and Non-Judicial Stamp Paper In any society, relationships are built on commercial and non-commercial agreements. Parties agree to a negotiated and typically binding arrangement of things between them, as to the course of action which will flow from each other. These arrangements can be of and

Rape: The Emotional And Psychological Aspects And Its Consequences

Author: Simran, B.A. LL.B. (Hons), Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan *Author has written this article while pursuing training program on article writing by Introduction: Rape and Sexual Assault is a sad reality of life. Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code defines Rape. Rape is reported as a rapidly-growing violent crime. Sexual harassment and rape are very

Legalization Of Marital Rape In India Violating Article 14 And 21 Of Indian Constitution

Author: Gaurav, 3rd Year B.A. LL.B., ICFAI University, Dehradun *Author has written this article while pursuing training program on article writing by INTRODUCTION Marital rape in general means a husband having sexual intercourse with his wife without her consent or by forcing and committing assault. There’s no proper definition of marital rape in India for

Analysis Of Irretrievable Breakdown Of Marriage As A Ground Of Divorce Under Hindu Law

Author: Kritika Shaw, Bba.llb, 4th year, ICFAI University, Dehradun *Author has written this article while pursuing training program on article writing by INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPT Irretrievable breakdown of marriage is now taking a huge pace in today’s world. Irretrievable breakdown of marriage under Hindu marriage act, 1955 means a marriage which is completely broken and

Defamation From India Penal Code (IPC)

Author: Vaddi Ganga Sri, 3rd year B.A.LLB, Rajiv Gandhi College of Law, Kakinada *Author has written this article while pursuing training program on article writing by INTRODUCTION:                    A man who criticises one reputation through oral or written is called defamation. Defamation is of two types one is libel and another one is slander. In