The government of India with a view to consolidate and amend the laws relating to corporate, partnership firm and individual and to resolve the matters of insolvency in a time bound manner on 28/06/2016 notified the Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code 20

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Aggrieved Fathers?

  Kapil Chandna    30 March 2017 at 12:13

A lot number of cases are coming forward wherein the mothers under the pretext of going to their parental house along with their children, then decide not to come back to their parental home and file the criminal as well as civil cases at their nativ

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Of what can be called a healthy law making, the Parliament has finally stepped in and passed the long awaited Mental Healthcare Bill, 2016, which provides for affordable healthcare and services to people with mental illness. Survivors of attempted su

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Family Law in Greece

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    29 March 2017 at 12:51

Greece is a signatory to the European Conventions on the Adoption of Children and on the Status of Children born out of wedlock

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In India, Constitution is supreme law and all laws are subodinate to it. Naturally any law subordinate to the Constitution must pass the test of compliance of the provisions of the law superior to it as well as constitution. However we can see that e

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Withdrawal of consent for divorce

  Kumar Doab    28 March 2017 at 11:54

Withdrawal of consent liable to be ignored if unilateral withdrawal of consent for divorce is not genuine and is a farce

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When international elements arise in a case of insolvency, it is of vital importance to determine which of those Courts may be likely to have jurisdiction over some, or all, of the matters in dispute.

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All Indian Citizens are entitled to fundamental rights granted to them by the Indian Constitution and Senior Citizens are no exception. They are also entitled to fundamental rights to life and personal liberty.The peaceful living for the senior citiz

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The Uttarakhand high court has recognized that the Ganga and the Yamuna as well as their tributaries and sister bodies shall now have the status of a legal person and shall be so-called living entities, giving the rivers that have seen years of damag

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A group of 10 Pakistan trained terrorist left India invaded and innocent people were brutally killed, 26-29 November of 2008 will ever remain as black days in Indian history. Right from the birth, India has been a victim of terrorist atta

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New rate of administrative charges payable by the employer under Employees- Provident Funds Scheme, 1952 and Employees Deposit-Linked Insurance Scheme, 1976 are notified by Ministry of Labour and Employment through Notification No. S.O. 827(E)

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IntroductionNidhi Companies are getting famous day by day in India as they are the cheapest way to register a Non Banking Financial Company (NBFC) in India. In India, NBFC's are governed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and need the net worth of

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Child Sexual Abuse

  Shubham Mishra    21 March 2017 at 14:05

Child Sexual Abuse is a form of abuse or doing something wrong with malafide intention by an adult or adolescent for sexual stimulation with children.

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Death on the roads

  BAPOO M. MALCOLM    21 March 2017 at 14:05

Express highways, freeways, sea links, flyovers, tunnels, monorails or metros. The need for speed never seems to end. If bigger is better, Faster is best. So many people Are laid to rest. Here is a story I never tire of repeating, even years after m

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On February 07, 2017: The Apex Court has ruled that: A woman's brother is not part of his sister's matrimonial family.Hence a woman's brother cannot claim right over property inherited by his married sister from her husband. A property i

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Third party insurance policy is mandatory under various economic activities where the owner is required to purchase an insurance policy for his motor vehicles, public carriers, factories, office etc where any industrial activity is being performed an

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Stayzilla case explained in simple terms

  Guest    20 March 2017 at 17:54

Why Stayzilla case is a gross abuse of law?Indian Start-ups and other legal experts are shocked at a very disturbing trend relating to gross misuse of law. Recently, Chennai Police did a mid-night arrest of founder of a famous start up - Stayzilla -

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How to prove medical negligence?

  Nitish Banka    20 March 2017 at 16:21

Medical Negligence How to prove Here are some Medical Negligence consumer forums

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Intercepted communications is one of the crucial evidence collected by the investigation agencies in large number of cases relating to Corruption, Fraud and various other offences of heinous nature. Recently CBI registered the case against the former

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