Appeal Courts Are Being Burdened

  BAPOO M. MALCOLM    24 July 2017 at 12:15

The Supreme Court had some statistics compiled last year. The results were not encouraging. Its raison d��tre was vitiated. It was simply not allowed to do its primary function, that of an appellate court. Like schools and colleges, court

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A Constitution is not the act of the government, but people constituting the Government, a government 'without a Constitution' is a power without Right

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Huge buildings harboring a foray of complex machineries with numerous hands at work, is the general idea of a Factory in the common sense of the word, isn�t it? The scope that our law sets for this term, however, is quite broad. It not only spa

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Introduction :High percentage of non-compliance of the Companies Act and Rules, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) with Registrar of Companies (ROC) had issued show cause notices to various

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Autonomy is perceived when there�s a liberty to choose among the existing alternatives[1]. And in legal context, it means that the parties will have the liberty to mold their contractual relationship as per their convenience[2]. When we look at

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In India law relating to enforcement of a Foreign award is quiet well settled but still many Indian parties, don�t want to miss the opportunity to resist enforcement of a foreign award against them. India�s procedural law is Arbitration a

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An injustice made to Practicing Advocates in GST Act - They cannot become a Member of the Appellate Tribunal directly from the Bar. Current provisions on Recruitment of Members to Hon�ble CESTAT� AND The provisions in the �Cent

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After demonetisation and bringing in Benami properties Act, value of real assets have fallen down sharply. This has worried the Banks as they had granted loans based on value of the assets. Such assets have been termed as Impaired assets. If an im

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GST and its impact on business loans

  Guest    17 July 2017 at 17:55

Goods and Services Tax (GST) is now applicable to all goods and services transactions happening throughout the nation. This tax replaces themultitude of indirect taxes levied on goods, transport, and financial services across the country and states.

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There is a common notion that the Advocates are totally out of GST. However, if you analyze the provisions carefully, it can be seen that the statement is not fully true. Some of the services provided by

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How to File a Consumer Court Case

  Aditi Singh    17 July 2017 at 17:23

As a consumer you have the right to file a consumer case if you do not receive your money's worth. The Consumer Protection Act defines a consumer as any person who buys goods or services. However, there are certain conditions to it. Not every per

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It is well settled in law that if parties choose a seat in an international Arbitration clause it will amount to choosing the procedural law applicable to the arbitration proceedings. In the same way, if the procedural law is specified in the Arbitra

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Registering your marriage has more pros than cons rather than not having it. Seeing the complexity and business of your lives, it may soon become a necessity. A marriage certificate is a formal proof of marriage attested and approved by the governmen

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The law is reason free from passion ~ AristotleLife is a gamble at terrible odds, if it were a bet, you would not take it. ~ Tom StoppardThe Law Commission of India recently has invited suggestions from the public on recommendations for legalizing be

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What seeker seeks? One of the 'signs' of passing youth is the 'birth of a sense of fellowship', with other human beings, as we take, our place 'among them'. -Virginia Woolf

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Years back, I met a girl named Pragya (name changed) through some close friend of mine, who was struggling with herself. Talking to her over a cup of tea, she confessed that she is facing problem with almost all walks of her life. She fails to adjust

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1. CREDENTIALS � Check the credentials of the person you are renting out your property to: check the I cards, bank statements, previous history, etc.2. REGISTRATION � Make su

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The Indian Penal Code, formerly known as the Draft Penal Code, (and currently every learned advocate�s bible,) which is a fairly comprehensive, substantive code listing out wrongs which amount to offences in India, was drafted under the first l

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The miya-bibi takrar is a never ending serial, everywhere, all the time�from our plumber to Hollywood movie stars, from one-night stands to live-in relations, humble zoppadpattis to the palatial bungalows. But the bottom-line is invariably mone

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Note on Family Constitution

  varsha    05 July 2017 at 11:16

Definition of Family Constitution. A Family Constitution is a system of joint decision-making, most often by a board of directors and a family council, which helps the owner family govern i

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