Close patent loopholes Patents Need LegalSupportArticleTHEgroup of ministers (GoM) on patents is in favour of : retaining the pre-grantopposition provision in the patents Act. This will prelude grant of badpatents. but safeguards are needed to ensure

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Can Buy Back of shares be made by a Scheme of Arrangement?G. P. SahiPublished on 2005-06-24IntroductionSection 77A was introduced by the Companies (Amendment) Act, 1999, pursuant to the report of the working group which was set up to suggest reforms

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Partnership Dissolution Deed

  Manish Singh    27 March 2008 at 12:15

DEED OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP(Involving immovable property)THIS DEED OF DISSOLUTION Is made at ... this day ... between Mr. A residing at ... hereinafter referred to as 'the Party of the First Part' and Mr. 'B' residing at ... hereinafter referr

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Applicability of Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 on Issuing of Cheques as a Security or for Future Liability. Money or paper currency was developed as an alternative to the barter system as medium of exchange. However, with the growth

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SELF HELP THROUGH CONSUMER PROTECTION Dr. Sheetal Kapoor**“A customer is the most important visitor on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work - he is the purpose of it. We are not doing

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Settlement deed made simple

  SANJAY DIXIT    20 March 2008 at 14:37

Settlement deed made simple The execution of Will has its own hassles in identifying a reliable person to be the executor and involves expense, writes C.H.Gopinatha Rao Better Alterantive: Settlement is less expensive than will Photo: H. Satish Imagi

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ASHOK B. JAIN MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENT THROUGH LEGISLATIONS AN OVERVIEW The process of population explosion, heavy industrialization and growing urbanisation has successed in creating acute problems of

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law of maintenance

  Shree.    18 March 2008 at 19:33

MaintenanceIn India, the Criminal Procedure Code and the Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act provides for claiming maintenance under certain circumstances.Maintenance in simple words means sustenance. In order to maintain the flow of life a person ne

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Contract Labour Law in India

  Shree.    18 March 2008 at 19:12

Contract Labour Law in India - An OverviewG. P. SahiPublished on 7th November 2004Introduction:The main objective of the Contract labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act,1970 was to abolish the system of contract labour wherever possible and practicable,

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Geographgical Indications

  Rajendran Nallusamy    18 March 2008 at 12:03

Geographical indicationA geographical indication (sometimes abbreviated to GI) is a name or sign used on certain products or which corresponds to a specific geographical location or origin (eg. a town, region, or country). The use of a GI may act as

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Types of arbitration and their importance There are two types of Arbitration:1. Voluntary Arbitration2. Compulsory ArbitrationVoluntary Arbitration is a binding, adversarial dispute resolution process in which the disputing parties choose one or more

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Benefits of Arbitration

  Rajendran Nallusamy    17 March 2008 at 15:20

Benefits of Arbitration:Arbitration is the submission of a dispute to one or more impartial persons for final and binding determination. Court intervention and review are limited by applicable state or federal arbitration laws; award enforcement is f

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CAN MURDER BE TREATED AS AN ACCIDENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PERSONAL ACCIDENTS INSURANCE POLICY.By R. Brizmohan SinghAdvocate The one and the only point involved in the above captioned topic is as to whether Murder is an Accident or not?THE TERMS AND CON

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Basic Principles of Income Tax Law

  Prakash Yedhula    13 March 2008 at 15:58

BASIC PRINCIPLES OF INCOME-TAX LAWBy: Justice R.K.Abichandani1.Constitutional Provisions : The Constitution of India vests the Parliament with plenary legislative powers to impose taxes on matters specifically enumerated in the Union List and all the

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LEGAL AND JUDICIAL SYSTEM - A NEW LOOKA BIT OF LOUD THINKINGBy P.P. RaoThe flag of the Indian Judiciary has been flying high commanding respect in and outside the country. Bold and innovative landmarks in the evolution of law like Kesavananda Bharati

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LEGAL MAXIMS -IV

  SANJAY DIXIT    12 March 2008 at 17:45

LEGAL MAXIMS (R--Z)Repondez s’il vous plait (Fr) => (abbr RSVP) a reply will obligeRes judicata (L) => a case already decidedSine die (L) => indefinitelySub judice (L) => under considerationTempus fugit (L) => time pliesUltra vires (L) => beyond one

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Discretion- Root Cause of Corruption

  Rajesh Kumar    12 March 2008 at 17:45

Discretion: Root cause of Corruption RAJESH KUMAR, ADVOCATE Corruption is part and parcel of our life. A common person is faced with this problem, almost everytime he approaches Public authorities for any permission, exemption or for any other pub

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PARADOXES TO BE RESOLVED–– PROVIDENT FUND FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKERS–– P R Swarup, Director General, CIDCProviding Social Security to the citizens, specially to those, who contribute to the growth and development of the National Economy, is one of the

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ASSESSMENT OF FOOTWEARS IN CENTRAL EXCISE:1. Footwear falls in Chapter 64 of the Central Excise Tariff and attracts a tariff rate of duty of 14% ad velorem. Vide Notification No. 5/2006 dated 01.03.2006, as amended, serial no. 5, the effective ra

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Model of Sale Deed

  veenzar    11 March 2008 at 16:22

This deed of sale is executed on this ………….. day of …………… 19 by Sri/Smt……………. S/o/W/o……………… Occupation…………….. Aged……………….. years, residing at ………………………… ,…………..(Principal), represented by his agent Sri……………………………………… S/o ……………………… ,………………….Occupation

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