It must be noted first and foremost that in a landmark judgment with far reaching consequences for Assistant Public Prosecutors, the Aurangabad Bench of Bombay High Court in Maharashtra State Public Prosecutors Association Through its President Sanja

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Duties of an Advocate

  Ajay Bansal    28 November 2018 at 15:51

Advocates, in addition to being professionals, are also officers of the courts and play a vital role in the administration of justice.Accordingly, the set of rules that govern their professional conduct arise out of the duty that they owe the court,

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Let me start by first and foremost pointing out that the consolidated draft National Register of Citizens (NRC) which is a database of Indian citizens in Assam and is being prepared under the Supreme Court�s watch, is a critical step in resolv

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It has to be stated right at the outset that in a much awaited judgment, the Delhi High Court finally ending the years of nail biting suspense has finally delivered its historic verdict in Zulfikar Nasir & Ors v State of Uttar Pradesh & Ors

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Till about a few years ago, if one had spare funds or was looking to make some investments, then gold and fixed deposits were the preferred choice. For someone who was willing to take some risk and was seeking better returns then mutual funds and equ

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In a recent Judgment dated 25th September 2018, Supreme Court of India, in the matter of Union of India Vs Hardly Exploration and production (India) Inc reported as 2018 SCC Online 1640 allowed the petitioner to maintain an application seeking to cha

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It must be said with consummate ease that in one of the most landmark, laudable and progressive judgment by the then CJI Dipak Misra, Justice AM Khanwilkar and Dr Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud which will go forward to a large extent in promoting transpa

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Liquidation process for Corporate Persons

  Shweta Gupta    22 November 2018 at 15:56

The provisions dealing with the liquidation of corporate persons are imbibed in the chapter III of the part II of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy code.We at MUDS on having a glance at chapter III derived the interpretation that liquidation process can

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India being a country of Adhoc arbitrations, the responsibility to manage the arbitrations also is on the arbitrators. The said Management of the case includes framing of arbitration procedure, arranging meetings, fixing deadlines, drafting of procee

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IntroductionWrongful prosecution of innocent persons including prolonged incarceration of them has become quite a common practice nowadays. In general, the term wrongful prosecution includes every act intended to commit a person to confinement or t

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1. This is to convey my displeasure and dissatisfaction about the bureaucratic atrocity and conspiracy to dilute the judicial system of our country so as to obtain unla

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How to seek bail in false 498A/406 IPC

  Kapil Chandna    21 November 2018 at 13:43

Matrimonial cruelty is the cruelty to which women is subjected to, by her husband and his relatives. Cruelty in matrimonial terms is physical and mental torture caused by the actions of husband and his relatives towards wife.To deal with matrimonial

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It must be observed right at the outset that in a remarkable and landmark judgment delivered on October 31, 2018 in Reena Hazarika v State of Assam in Criminal Appeal No. 1330 of 2018 (arising out of SLP(Crl.) No. 2440 of 2018) authored by Justice Na

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01. PIGEONS, were our original messengers and were deployed as Postman, for Strategic purposes, in the bygone days. Even today, some highly specialized eccentric people & some governments do strategically indulge in using Pigeons, as their clan

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Removal of encroachment from waqf property

  m a rahman    21 November 2018 at 13:42

In India a substantial number of auqaf exist. The property comprised in a waqf is vested in the implied ownership of Almighty God and administration is vested in natural persons. As such it is open for abuse often. The successive legislations on

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In defence of Suu Kyi

  Jawaharlal Jasthi    21 November 2018 at 13:42

Freedom and human rights are prevailing in the West and nowhere else in the world. There they have the freedom to say anything and to do anything.At present they are aghast with Myanmar for violation of human rights and the inhuman treatment meted o

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Arbitration is the private dispute resolution mechanism which is proved to be an effective alternate to the regular National Court dispute resolution through litigations in India. To become an arbitrator, there is no requirement of a legal or technic

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Filing of Written Statement in Criminal Law

  Ajay Bansal    19 November 2018 at 11:25

1. That the term 'WRITTEN STATEMENT' is very common and popular in the civil law of India. Every lawyer or every judge, who deals with civil court-matter knows this term 'WRITTEN STATEMENT' and know that it is filed on behalf of defen

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How to seek Bail in False Rape Cases

  Kapil Chandna    15 November 2018 at 12:18

Rape, one of the most terrifying word which gives goosebumps to both men and women. There were many laws for this heinous offence framed by the constitution makers. Some use these laws as remedy for the mishap that takes place with the innocent but w

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Current Trends in Law: Absence of Charge

  R.S.Agrawal    14 November 2018 at 13:11

In the judgment of the case – Kamil v. State of Uttar Pradesh , delivered on October 31, 2018, Justice R. Banumathi and Justice Indira Banerjee, at the Supreme Court have held that a conviction for the substantive offence can be set aside only

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