Category: Legal Articles

Complaint to the Magistrate

Author: Vishwendra Prashant, The ICFAI University, Dehradun *Author has written this article while pursuing training program on article writing by indianlegalsolution.com COMPLAINT TO THE MAGISTRATE INTRODUCTION The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 lays down the procedures for filing a complaint to the Magistrate. In a general sense, a complaint means a formal allegation against a party.

Human Trafficking: Global and Local Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking: Global and Local Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking Author: Ms Champa Devi, PhD. Research Scholar, Department of Laws, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. *The author has written this article while pursuing a training program on article writing by indianlegalsolution.com Introduction: Human trafficking being a violation of human rights is a very heinous crime. It involves the

Arbitration: Procedures and Practice in India

Arbitration procedures and practice in India: overview Author: Veera Lakshmi Satya Triveni, Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Law, Kakinada *Author has written this article while pursuing training program on article writing by indianlegalsolution.com Introduction: Arbitration refers to Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) which is a method for resolving disputes outside of the official judicial mechanisms.  Arbitration is

Rethink Before You Repost Or Retweet

Author – Vidhi Periwal, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Co-Author – Kumar Ankit, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Introduction The way we connect and the network has been revolutionized by social media. Users will use this forum to share their artistic works with the rest of the world. Users make extensive

Attempt and Preparation in Indian Penal Code

Author: Sanjoli Verma “There is no greater tyranny than that which is perpetrated under the shield of the law and in the name of justice.” ― Charles-Louis de Secondat -Introduction-  Criminal law is an assemblage of statutes and rules, regulations that characterises actions denied by the democratic state since it compromises and damages public security

Writs and its types

Name: Aditi Saboo, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies INTRODUCTION When we got independence, our forefathers gave us some rights and provided us with some rules and regulations with common consensus in the name of the constitution. The objective was to create a superstructure that could govern the nation by installing the rights in the

Concept of Deceptively Similar Trademarks

Author: Visheshta Kalra, BBA.LLB(H), Amity Law School, Noida INTRODUCTION Intellectual property rights are the inventive work of individuals that permits them to practice their privileges as proprietors of actual property because of imaginative work. Trademark is one of the spaces of intellectual property whose design is to secure the brand name of the item or

Right To Be Forgotten

AUTHOR: VAISHNAVI VATS, BANASTHALI VIDYAPEETH, JAMNALAL BAJAJ SCHOOL OF LEGAL STUDIES INTRODUCTION The concept of the Right to be forgotten refers to one’s right to have his/her personal information removed from every “public source”, like websites, internet search engines, and other similar platforms, once such information renders irrelevant or unnecessary. The origin of the right

Rights of Manual Scavengers

Author: Anisha Tak, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab Introduction Manual scavenging is the act of removing the excreta from dry toilets manually. It was reduced under colonial rule in India due to the development of toilets which consisted of flush systems. However, this practice is still in existence in the country.[1] This practice

A Critical Appraisal Of The Right To Education

Author: Visheshta Kalra, BBA.LLB(H), Amity Law School, Noida INTRODUCTION Education is a fundamental freedom that is decisive and fundamental for the functioning of the other fundamental freedoms. Promotes unique opportunities and strengthens and generates significant improvement benefits. Yet a large number of children and adults are denied the freedom to teach, many out of necessity.

Abortion Laws

Author: Samay Jain, Institute of Law, Nirma University Introduction Abortion is a method of terminating a pregnancy. The embryo or the unborn child, as well as the placenta, are removed from the uterus using medication or surgery. A licensed health care practitioner operates. The choice to abort a fetus is a very sensitive one. In

Citizenship Through International Adoption

Author: Samay Jain, Institute of Law, Nirma University Introduction International Adoption International adoption is a kind of adoption wherein an individual or couple turns into the legitimate and lasting parent(s) of a kid who is a citizen of an alternate country. By and large, planned new parents should meet the lawful selection prerequisites of their