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Article 141 – Doctrine of Stare Decisis – by Yazhini

Article 141 – Doctrine of Stare Decisis. The Author is Yazhini, BBA.LLB (hons), 4th year, SASTRA University.   Introduction:   For any new upcoming there have to be prototypical procedures or guidelines to be followed. In the same way, the Law has its origin of sources namely, Customs, Conventional law, or the Precedents. The Precedents …

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Tribunals and its informatics – by Yazhini

Tribunals and its informatics   by Yazhini, 4th year BBA.LLB, School of Law, Sastra.   Introduction:   The tribunal body is a quasi-judicial institution formed to resolve various tax and administrative problems. The Administrative Tribunals Act was enacted in the year 1985. The power to adjudication is vested in the administrative body called the tribunals. …

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The Various Authorities Under Disaster Management Act, 2005 – by Aparajita

Powers And Functions Of Various Authorities Under Disaster Management Act, 2005   The Author is Aparajita Jha, a penultimate year student of National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.   What is a disaster?   A disaster as per dictionary meaning is a sudden accident or a natural catastrophe that causes great damage or loss …

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Abetment of Criminal Proceedings: Section 394 of CrPC – by Sanjivan Chakraborty

Abetment of Criminal Proceedings: Section 394 of CrPC   The Author is Sanjivan Chakraborty, a B.A.LL.B (Hons.) student at National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.   What is Section 394, CrPC?   The ultimate object of the criminal proceedings against an accused Person is to determine whether he is guilty, and if found guilty, …

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RESTITUTION OF CONJUGAL RIGHTS UNDER HINDU LAW – by Thejaswini

RESTITUTION OF CONJUGAL RIGHTS UNDER HINDU LAW   -The author is Sivapuram V.L Thejaswini, a 3rd year Student of BBA.LL.B (Hons.) from Alliance University, Bangalore.   What does the Restitution of Conjugal Rights mean?   Restitution means the restoration of something that is lost. Conjugal Rights are the rights that arise out of the marriage …

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Plea Bargaining

The Concept of Plea Bargaining Explained – by Zeenia

The Author is Zeenia Nagpal, a 5th year student pursuing BA.LLB (Hons.) from Alliance University, Bangalore The Concept of Plea Bargaining or ‘Nolo Contendere’ explained.   Definition   ‘Plea’ in a simple language means the statement that is made by a person in a court of law in response to the charge of the commission …

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Domestic Violence during COVID-19 – by Varun Tuteja

Domestic Violence during COVID-19   Varun Tuteja is a 2nd year BBA LLB student at University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU, Delhi.      Although home could likewise be viewed as a safe spot for few individuals, it’s not the most secure spot for everybody. Truth is told, with continuous COVID-19 lockdown, there …

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THE CONCEPT OF CROSS BORDER INSOLVENCY   – BY APARAJITA JHA

THE CONCEPT OF CROSS BORDER INSOLVENCY   – BY APARAJITA JHA Aparajita is a penultimate year student of National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam. For any suggestions or queries, she can be reached at AprjtaJha@gmail.com. Introduction to Cross Border Insolvency Cross Border Insolvency refers to a situation where the insolvent debtor has assets in …

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Misrepresentation: Section 18 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 – by Sanjivan Chakraborty

  Misrepresentation: Section 18 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872- by Sanjivan Chakraborty   The Author is Sanjivan Chakraborty, a B.A.LL.B (Hons.) student at National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.   What is Misrepresentation?   The Black’s Law Dictionary defines misrepresentation as,    “Any manifestation by words or other conduct, by one person to …

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Indira Nehru Gandhi v. Shri Raj Narain Explained Simply by Thejaswini

Indira Nehru Gandhi v. Shri Raj Narain A case that shook India – Explained     The author is Sivapuram V.L Thejaswini, a 3rd year student of BBA LL.B (Hons.) from Alliance University, Bangalore.       Date of Judgement : 07/11/1975 Equivalent Citation : AIR 1975 SC 2299 Bench (5): A.N. Ray (CJ), H.R. …

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Alternative Dispute Resolution and its Types – Aashita Jain

  The Author is Aashita Jain, a 3rd Year B.A.L.L.B. (H) Student from IIMT School Of Law, Indraprastha University   Alternative dispute Resolution   The courts are flooded with cases there is almost pendency of   over 3.5 crores cases in the Indian courts.  In order to reduce the burden of courts and for the sake …

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The definition of ‘Industry’ and its Scope   – Malyala Sahithi

The author is Malyala Sahithi, a 3rd Year BBA LLB  (Hons.) student at Reva University. The definition of ‘Industry’ and its Scope   – Malyala Sahithi   Sec 2(j) of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 defines ‘industry’ as – Industry means any business, trade undertaking, manufacturing, calling of employers and includes any calling, service, employment, handicraft …

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Writ Jurisdiction of Courts under Article 32 and 226 – By Sanjivan Chakraborty

Writ Jurisdiction of Courts under Article 32 and 226 of the Indian Constitution   The Author is Sanjivan Chakraborty, a B.A.LL.B (Hons.) student from National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam. Origin of Writs:   The origin of the writs can be traced back to the English Judicial System, with the development English law from …

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Partition under Hindu Law – Part I – by R. Karthik

The author is R. Karthik, a 3rd year BA. LLB student at University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU, Delhi.   Partition under Hindu Law     Introduction Partition, is an act by which a coparcener severs his relations with joint family and loses his status of coparcener and becomes an independent individual from …

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Right to Equality under Article 14 Explained with recent case laws – by Thejaswini

The author is Sivapuram V.L Thejaswini, a 3rd year Student of BBA LL.B (Hons.) from Alliance University, Bangalore.   What is Article 14 in Indian Constitution?   The State shall not deny to any person Equality before the law or the Equal protection of the laws within the territory of India. To be more precise; …

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