Legal Articles

Hurdles in the juvenile justice

January 12, 2020

Hurdles in the juvenile justice Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. Introduction Each countries development largely depends upon the children and the youth of the county because these peoples are the future of the country. First of all, we need to know who is considered as a juvenile. Juvenile Justice Care and […]

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War crimes and terrorism threat to national security

January 12, 2020

War crimes and terrorism threat to national security Author- Ms. Pallav vats, Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat. Introduction: –  War crimes and terrorism are all incidents caused by people’s specific intentions. These events are just like accidents and natural disasters, are greatly influenced by the development of scientific technology and social structures of political disagreement […]

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Marriage under the Special Marriage Act

January 11, 2020

Marriage under the Special Marriage Act Author- Pallav vats, Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat. Introduction ‘Marriage’ is considered a sacred institution in our Indian subcontinent.  It is an integral part of our culture. India is a diverse country and thus has people from a number of religions and cultures, residing here. When it comes to […]

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Easementary Rights: An Overview

January 11, 2020

EASEMENTARY RIGHTS What are easementary  rights Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. Easement is defined under section 4 of the Indian Easement Act, 1882. An easement is a right which the owner or occupier of a certain land possess, as such for the beneficial enjoyment of that land to do something or […]

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Reservation to the economically backward class: India Constitutional Perspective

January 10, 2020

RESERVATION TO THE ECONOMICALLY BACKWARD CLASS- INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Author: Ms. Deepsi Rawat, Law College Dehradun[1] INTRODUCTION India is the land of diversity. It encompasses within its territory people belonging to a different race, caste, sex tribe, and religion. Since the inception of time, there has been discrimination amongst men on the basis of caste, […]

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Amendments to the maintenance of wife, children, and parents

January 10, 2020

Amendments to the maintenance of wife, children, and parents Author-Pallav vats. Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat Introduction Not every living person has a happy beginning, some children never know their fathers after their birth and have to adapt to the world without the help of a father figure. Some women are not living a happy […]

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How to fasten divorce cases in India: Full Guide

January 9, 2020

How to fasten divorce cases in India Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. The divorce procedure in India is quite complex and it takes a very long period, the duration of the divorce depends upon the nature of the conflict between the couple and the intensity of the disagreements between the parties. […]

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E- Evidence: Admissibility of Email as evidence

January 9, 2020

E- Evidence Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. Introduction The world has developed a lot and with the developing world, technology has spread its roots to almost each and every section of society. Everything, from communication to processing to documentation has gone digital. Law has not been immune to digitization. In the […]

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Laws on objectionable posts

January 9, 2020

Laws on objectionable posts Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. Introduction Today it’s an era of development that has to lead to the emergence of the cyber world and there is a massive expansion in the growth of technology. As Information Technology evolved it gave birth to the cyberspace where the internet […]

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Elements Of A Crime: Mens Rea And Actus Reus

January 8, 2020

Elements Of A Crime: Mens Rea And Actus Reus Author- Pallav vats, Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat Introduction Most crimes consist of two broad elements: mens rea and actus Reus. Mens rea means to have “a guilty mind.” The rationale behind the rule is that it is wrong for society to punish those who innocently […]

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Online Banking Fraud In India: Where to lodge a complaint?

January 7, 2020

Online Banking Fraud In India Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. Introduction We live in a digital world where more members than ever before are banking online or on their mobile phones. The deregulation and adoption of technology led to a revolution in the Banking Industry. Through technology development, banking services have […]

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How to file a complaint in competition commission of India?: Full Guide

January 7, 2020

How to file a complaint in competition commission of India Author- Pallav vats, Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) was established under the Competition Act, 2002 for the administration, implementation and enforcement of the Act, and was duly constituted in March 2009. The following are the objectives of the Commission. […]

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Can UBER be sued? How? Procedure? For which acts can UBER be sued?

January 6, 2020

Can UBER be sued? How? Procedure? For which acts can UBER be sued? Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. 1. Introduction Every day, individuals are injured while on the premises of a business or using the services of the service provider. Injured individuals may be able to pursue a personal injury lawsuit […]

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Evidential Value of statement by a person who can not be called as a witness

January 6, 2020

STATEMENT BY A PERSON WHO CANNOT BE CALLED AS A WITNESS Author: Mr. Badal Khurana, JIMS School of Law. “All the evidence that we have indicates that it is possible to assume in almost every human being” INTRODUCTION Section 32[1] and the subsequent Section 33[2]of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deal with the relevancy of […]

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Divorce by mutual consent

January 5, 2020

DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT Author: Mr. Badal Khurana, JIMS School of Law Divorce “An Official or Legal Process To End A Marriage” WHAT DO WE UNDERSTAND BY DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT? A method through which both the parties agree and seek a peaceful separation. Under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955[1], the parties can seek divorce by mutual consent by filing a […]

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