Category: Legal Articles

Restrictions imposed by CCI on Advocates

RESTRICTIONS IMPOSED BY CCI ON ADVOCATES Author: Vishakha Jaiprakash Thanvi, TMV Lokmanya Tilak Law College INTRODUCTION  Competition Act, 2002 was enacted by the government of India to govern Competition Law in India. This act repealed the MRTP( Monopolies and  Restrictive Trade Practices) Act,1969. Under this legislation, a new body namely the Competition Commission of India

Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2020

BANKING REGULATION (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2020 Author: Vishakha Jaiprakash Thanvi, TMV Lokmanya Tilak Law College INTRODUCTION TO BANKING REGULATION ACT, 1949 The Banking Regulation Act, 1949 is legislation that governs the functioning of all the banking firms in India and provides details on various facets of the banking sector including the operation, management, and licensing of

Effect of compulsory licensing on International Trade

Effect of compulsory licensing on International Trade Author: Aanchala K Golecha, School of Law, Christ University. What is compulsory licensing? Compulsory licensing is when the government allows someone else to produce a patented product or process without the consent of the patent owner or plans to use the patent-protected invention itself. The idea of compulsory

Invoking arbitration after full and final settlement of Insurance claim

Invoking arbitration after full and final settlement of Insurance claim Author: Vishal Tinani, BA.LLB, LL.M Invoking arbitration after full and final settlement of Insurance claim It is a vastly illustrated affair that insurance companies may deny to accept partial liability to avoid arbitration—a costly affair for insurers. Most insurance (quantum) disputes can be referred to

Antitrust Laws with respect to India and China

ANTITRUST LAWS WITH RESPECT TO INDIA AND CHINA Author: Abhinav Srivastava , Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. INTRODUCTION The antitrust policy of the government regulates the monopolies, in order to ensure fair trade practices and maintain healthy competition so as to benefit the consumers and promote economic growth. The term ‘Anti-Trust’ has its origin from

In the elder brother’s property, can younger brother claim the share? Fact Check.

Myth: *In the big brother’s property, small brother can claim the share during the partition. *In small brother’s property, big brother can’t claim for a share during the partition. In this article, we will check whether these statements are true or not? What is actual rule for the partition? Introduction: Partition is a process of

National Education Policy 2020: An Analysis

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY 2020 Author: Khushi Paliwal, University College of Law, Mohanlal Sukhadia University INTRODUCTION The National Education Policy 2020 was the most awaited and exciting policy for Indians as this transforms the old rote learning methods of education to actual conceptual means. It was approved by the Union Cabinet of India

Depository, Depository Participants and Issuer under The Depositories Act, 1996

THE DEPOSITORIES ACT 1966 WITH MAJOR FOCUS ON “DEPOSITORY”, “DEPOSITORY PARTICIPANT” AND “ISSUER” Author: Khushi Paliwal, University College of Law, Mohanlal Sukhadia University INTRODUCTION We, humans, are blessed with technology in the 21st century and the ‘depository system’ is one of those blessings where we can deposit our securities electronically. There was a time when

Farm Bill, 2020: All you need to Know

Two farm reform bills passed by Lok Sabha, 2020 Author: Narayani Modi, Mewar Law Institute Introduction Lok Sabha passed 2 reform farm bills on September seventeenth, 2020 amid protests from the opposition parties and a part of farm organizations.  These 2 bills square measure namely:   Farmers’ produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020[1]

The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020

THE ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2020 Author: Khushi Paliwal, University College of Law, Mohanlal Sukhadia University INTRODUCTION The words ‘essential commodities’ itself refer to certain products/ commodities which are essentially required by each and every human in the country. By keeping this in mind the Parliament of India has passed an Act in the year