Sub-Contract

  VASANTH D JAGANATH    08 October 2008 at 14:43

Back to Back Contract – Case Study Works Contract subject is a maze of complexities. The judgments given by courts contradict in such a manner that the dealer is perplexed. Case: Mr. M is a main contractor. He receives contract from Mr. C (custome

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A few days back, this blog posted a brief note on M/s. Unissi (India) Pvt. Ltd. v. Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research Civil Appeal No. 6039 of 2008, Date of Judgment - 1.10.08. This case requires some elaboration as it has a majo

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SUCCESS-SON

  ARVIND JAIN    07 October 2008 at 16:16

Success- son (DAUGHTER’S RIGHT OF INHERITANCE) Indian woman has come a long way. She has adorned the offices of the Prime Minister of the country, Governors and Chief Ministers of states. She can rise to high ranks in the police and can ev

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Unseen Indian patent grant process

  Senthil Kumar    07 October 2008 at 16:16

In India, over 35,000 patent applications were filed in Indian patentoffice [IPO] during 2007-08 and there has been 21% CAGR growth in thelast fiscal.To view full post please click,http://indiapatents.blogspot.com/2008/10/unseen-indian-patent-grant-p

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Indian patent offices conducts patent agent exam twice a year and nowwe are expecting to be held in mid of November. Qualifying the patentexam is necessary to practice patent services in India for sciencegraduates, lawyers with science background, sc

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India - Understanding the Khairlanji VerdictS. ANANDThe Khairlanji Verdict, in which six persons were awarded the death penalty for the massacre of dalits, is anything but historic. In treating the massacre as a purely criminal act, it actually masks

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Recent Supreme Court Judgment on Construction of Arbitration ClauseA few days back, this blog posted a brief note on M/s. Unissi (India) Pvt. Ltd. v. Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research Civil Appeal No. 6039 of 2008, Date of Judgm

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PASSIVE SMOKING – ITS HEALTH CONSEQUENCESCigarette smoking is a major independent risk factor for coronary artery disease. Retrospective and prospective epidemiologic studies have demonstrated a strong relationship between smoking and coronary morbid

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TheSerial Blast in Delhi on September13, 2008 and then thesubsequent shoot out in Batala House has become very controversial Issues forDelhi Police. Media Reports are afloat about the very truthfulness of theencounter. Frustrated Lawyers like Shanti

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please read an article prepared byCraig A. Bailey for Trademark World regarding the service of searching and watching trademarks and how a provider tries to approach the job.http://www.questel.fr/EN/customersupport/userdoc/docpdf/questel_insert.pdf S

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LAW WITH TIME

  Sanjay Agarwal    02 October 2008 at 13:37

Law has to be interpreted according to the intention of the legislature and in consonance with the needs of the time .To enforce equitable justice where legislature and executive are found lacking . People can not left remediless because the act d

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Indian patent office conducts patent agent exam yearly twice in the month of May and November. For new comers, they have doubts on how to appear the exam and what are procedure to attend the exam. Here, you can find the relevant information, which wi

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disability and education

  pabba sandeep    01 October 2008 at 20:33

The Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 came into force on February 7, 1996. This law is an important landmark and is a significant step in the direction of ensuring equal opportuniti

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Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 – Vis a Vis - Management’s Administrative Orders/ Actions. The date of effect – 11th. March, 1947 By – ASHWINI KUMAR, Advocate (Senior Labour Lawyer) The Object – ”An Act to make provisions for the Investigation and set

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PROVINCE OF INTERNATIONAL LAWS DETERMINED

  shail    30 September 2008 at 22:39

TABLE OF CONTENTS:- 01. OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAWS IN GENERAL02. TAKING THE STATE TO THE COURT[A]. State Sovereignty[B.] Changes And Continuity In The International System[C.] The International Court of Justice (ICJ)03. DEMOCRACY AND INTERNATIONAL SOC

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Judicial Activism

  ESTHERPRIYA    29 September 2008 at 22:42

JUDICIAL ACTIVISM: Thepredominant approach of the Indian Judiciary was positivist, to interpret theConstitution literally and to apply it more or less the same restrictive canonsof interpretation as are usually applied to the interpretatio

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Stop courting trouble, approach a mediator

  G. ARAVINTHAN    29 September 2008 at 09:48

In an age when an email reaches the US in less than 10 seconds, we can't expect people to wait 10 years for a case to be finally decided. — Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju It is a huge problem and looks set to grow. Three-crore cases are pendin

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The independent inventors have lots of doubt to get patent protection for their invention. Definitely, there is a road map that you can follow to move forward.The first step is typically to file a patent application. It is recommended to file provisi

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When to do patent search?

  Senthil Kumar    28 September 2008 at 02:44

Inventors and Scientist are doing lot of innovation and research. At this point of time, they would like to know how and when to do perform patent search for protecting their invention and they may not know what the information required for doing the

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The start-up companies and individual inventors are worried on the cost involved for protecting their invention. The cost involved in obtaining in India somewhere vary in between Rs.1,00,000 to Rs.2,00,000. It is not at all uncommon for inventors to

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