Legal Articles

Criminal Liablity under Intoxication and Insanity

May 26, 2020

CRIMINAL LIABILITY UNDER INTOXICATION AND INSANITY Author: Shipra Gupta INTRODUCTION Crime is something which is against the morals of society and humanity. Every crime consists of two components that is Actus rea ( wrongful act ) and Mens rea ( guilty mind ) and this concept is determined by a maxim that is “ Actus […]

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Delay in Criminal Trial: An Analysis

May 21, 2020

DELAY IN CRIMINAL TRIAL: AN ANALYSIS Author: Bhairabi Das *This article has been written by the author while pursuing a Certificate Course on Research Methodology with us. The Indian criminal justice system came into existence in 1860 following the painstaking work of the first law commission led by Lord Macaulay[1]. One of the main beliefs […]

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Settlement under specific relief act

May 18, 2020

SETTLEMENT UNDER SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT Author: Akanksh Deekonda, NLIU-Bhopal Introduction. Along with the Fundamental Rights, the state also provides it, citizens, with Civil political, Human Rights, etc. The state is obliged to provide its people with such rights and everyone in the state can exercise their rights by being abridged by the state. The Specific […]

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The concept of share capital under Companies Act

May 18, 2020

Author: Akanksh Deekonda, NLIU-Bhopal INTRODUCTION Section 2(47) of the Companies Act, 2013 defines Shares as “A share in the company includes stock until it has been explicitly distinguished between the stock and the share either implicitly or explicitly”. Shares can be taken as goods according to the Sales of Goods Act, 1930, they are also […]

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Concept of Public document under the Indian evidence act, 1872

May 18, 2020

CONCEPT OF PUBLIC DOCUMENTS UNDER THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT, 1872. INTRODUCTION Author: Akanksh Deekonda, NLIU-Bhopal Meaning of “document” Section 3 of the Evidence Act, “text” refers to any question that is recorded or represented through methods for documents, estimates, or tests of some material, or by more than one of such methods suggested to be […]

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Female Genital Mutilation: A questionable Tradition

May 15, 2020

FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION: A Questionable Tradition Author: Miss. Ipsa, IMS Unison University, Dehradun *This article has been written by the author while pursuing a Certificate Course on Research Methodology with us. INTRODUCTION To some cultural practice may appear to be wastage of time and superstition but for those who practice them, they believe it to […]

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Validity of Non-Compete Clauses in Indian Law

May 15, 2020

VALIDITY OF NON-COMPETE CLAUSES IN INDIAN LAW Author: Muskan Malviya, NLUO *This article has been written by the author while pursuing a Certificate Course on Research Methodology with us. Under the Contractual Laws in any relationship between two parties where one side is the employer and the other the employee, the non-competitive provision is well […]

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Curing the Malady from False FIR

May 15, 2020

CURING THE MALADY FROM FALSE FIR Author: Niharika Rajpurohit, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University *This article has been written by the author while pursuing a Certificate Course on Research Methodology with us. INTRODUCTION: FIR is the first step to initiate any criminal matter. It is a statutory right of a person to lodge a First […]

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Asylum in International Law

May 14, 2020

ASYLUM Author: Akanksh Deekonda, NLIU-Bhopal What is Asylum? Asylum is the protection granted as a Political refugee by a state who has left their Home country. An Asylum Seeker is a person who has been displaced from his home country to another state. This Asylum Seeker is also called a “Refugee”. However, every person who […]

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Death Sentence, Life Imprisonment & Levy of fine.

May 14, 2020

DEATH SENTENCE, LIFE IMPRISONMENT & LEVY  OF  FINE. Author: Akanksh Deekonda, NLIU-Bhopal INTRODUCTION India is a country having different statutory or constitutional provisions to the convict to commute, remit, and suspend sentences. The constitution of India provides that A president or a Governor can grant pardon. Suspend, remit, or commute the sentence. This can be […]

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Liquidation of Damages not a Bar to Specific Performance – Section 23 Specific Relief Act

May 14, 2020

Liquidation of Damages not a Bar to Specific Performance – Section 23 Specific Relief Act Author: Preeti Singh Bhadoria, Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida Introduction The institution of justice is being approached by an aggrieved prosecutor to get relief. Within the legally authoritative relationship, where one person detracts from the promise prior made, the other […]

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