In a recent Judgement of the Delhi High Court dated 07th November 2017 in a case between Emaar MGF land Limited Vs Aftab Singh reported as 2017 SCC Online Del 11437, High court dealt with an application filed under S.37(1) of the Arbitration and Conc

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In most of the countries, if an intention of the party to go for arbitration can be traced from the dispute resolution clause between the parties, that clause is treated as a valid Arbitration clause. If there are dispute resolution clauses providing

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It is a matter of deep regret that it took the gruesome murder of a seven year old Pradyuman Thakur within the premises of Ryan International School�s Bhondsi Branch and also the following day a rape of a five-year-old girl in a school in East

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Let me begin in the beginning itself by pointing out that the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has categorically told the Delhi government that it should not implement the odd-even car rationing scheme, unless they can �satisfy� that it is

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The significance of forensic audit has gained paramount importance as the corporate debtors are moving for restructuring and bidding themselves for stressed assets. The concern has gained momentum particularly after the Essar Steel & Bhushun Stee

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No other reform is as important as establishing an All India Judicial Service (AIJS) in revitalising Indian judiciary. But the proposal for setting up an AIJS, in the lines of Indian Civil Service, is hanging fire for more than five decades despite t

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Bail in NDPS Act

  Kapil Chandna    11 November 2017 at 15:44

The meaning of bail is "the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial, sometimes on condition that a sum of money is lodged to guarantee their appearance in court"

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A country can never be developed until it is free of corruption and the only strategy to control corruption is implementing the laws strictly. As we know that Government of Indian with the help of various Ministries and departments is trying to imple

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Every individual or an entity dealing with pre-packed commodities shall register themselves as a �Manufacturer�/ �Packer� or an �Importer� with the Director/Controller of Legal Metrology in the concerned Jurisdicti

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As an IP lawyer, let me write something on a burning issue related to an applicability Section 15 of the Copyright Act, 1957 ( herein after referred as the Act for short) to an original artistic work of engineering drawing. Before I write on this t

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White Collar Crime

  VIJAYARAJ    06 November 2017 at 13:44

Introduction There are certain anti-social activities which the persons of upper strata carry on in the course of their occupation or business. These anti-social activities are called whi

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Right to privacy

  VIJAYARAJ    06 November 2017 at 13:44

Introduction Is privacy a fundamental legal right for 1.34 billion people living in india? The answer is yes. In a path-breaking and historic landmark Judgement, A n

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On 04-10-2017, while disposing the case Parbatbhai Aahir & Ors. Vs. State of Gujarat & Anr. (Criminal Appeal No. 1723 of 2017)

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Cancellation of Bail and Its Legalities

  K Rajasekharan    03 November 2017 at 12:04

IntroductionThe term bail refers to the judicial release of a person from custody. The grant, refusal or cancellation of bail is a judicial act. It has to be performed with utmost care by applying the mind or discretion of the court.Indian judiciary

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Traditional marketing may not work for law firms. In fact, law firms in India are not even allowed to advertise.So how can a law firm generate business without advertising?Here are some ways law firms can acquire clients without actually selling.#1 M

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Judicial over-reach

  JasRaj Rajawat    03 November 2017 at 10:46

The role of the judiciary in India has recently come under considerable attack, particularly from the legislative branch, which feels that the courts have been exceeding their authority

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Introduction:Today, everyone is on the web. Children, teenagers, adults and even old age persons find some stuff on the web in this artificial world. Children are master in web games, but unfortunately they are losing the skills in physical games and

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Under CrPC which is Criminal Procedure Code of India, Criminal Proceedings or you may call it FIR registered against you can be quashed under section 482 respectively. But not all cases can be quashed. There is a specific criteria which needs to be f

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Anomalies Of Section 3(1) Of The Indian Competition ActThe first ever order under section 3(1) of the Competition Act, 2002 (Act), Ramakant Kini v. Dr. L.H. Hiranandani Hospital, Powai, Mumbai (Hiranandani),[1] has witnessed its fair share of controv

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The Indian Institution of Law has defined Administrative Law in the following words; � Administrative Law deals with the structure, powers and functions of organs of administration, the method and procedures followed by them in exercising their

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