Is Divorce by foreign court valid in India!

  Kumar Doab    12 September 2017 at 13:02

The court cases are Lost or Won on the basis of defects, facts, evidence, merits, and defeat or victory in court cases is also attributable brilliance of Judges in Lower Courts or Higher Courts or Apex Court that look into urgency and nature of the m

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Examination of the Accused u/s 313 of CRPC

  K Rajasekharan    11 September 2017 at 17:21

The examination of the accused under Section 313 of the Criminal Procedure Code (Cr P C) by the trial court is popularly known as �313 examination� and the statement deriving out of it is called �313 Statement�.Purpose of 313

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As an IP lawyer I have come across an issue pertaining to transfer of a suit of groundless thereat under section 23 of the Designs Act, 2000 from District Court to High Court which stimulates me to write this blog. The question is whether a suit for

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Labour laws to be repealed by labour codes

  RSJ LexComply    11 September 2017 at 17:20

All LABOUR LAWS TO BE REPEALED BY LABOUR CODESTo protect the interest of stakeholders and to provide security to labour, there are many labour laws in India. Hence many laws are there, Government keeps amending them time after time, consequently Acts

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Emergency Arbitrator

  Nishtha Malhotra    11 September 2017 at 11:05

The courts of this country should not be the places where resolution of disputes begins. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried. - Sandra Day O'Connor Introd

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Euthanasia: Aruna Shanbaug revisted

  Anindya Majumdar    08 September 2017 at 10:42

Euthanasia is known by many names across the globe: mercy-killing, assisted suicide, physician assisted suicide. A widely debated and even more widely mis-understood concept, it has divided opinions in both the medical and the legal fraternity. India

Posted in Constitutional Law  5 comments |   219 Views



Grievances in mediclaim policy premium

  Madhukar Bhatt    08 September 2017 at 10:42

Recently almost 100% Increase of Mediclaim Policy Premium of SENIOR CITIZEN was noticed. I request to withdraw this increase with immediate effect for senior citizens. To reduce premium 10% every year & no limit for NCB for senior citizens which

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Triple Talaq in India

  JasRaj Rajawat    07 September 2017 at 11:35

INTRODUCTIONTriple Talaq (also known as Talaq-e-Mughallazah � Irrevocable divorce[1]) is a form of divorce that

Posted in Constitutional Law  2 comments |   319 Views



The Collegium system: Pros and Cons

  anushkasachdev    07 September 2017 at 11:35

OverviewArticle 124 of the Constitution of India deals with judicial appointments. It lays down that the appointment of Supreme Court judges should be conducted by the President after consultation with judges of the High Courts and the Supreme Court

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Judicial Vacations Are Necessary!

  BAPOO M. MALCOLM    07 September 2017 at 11:34

Everyone has something to say about judicial holidays and vacations. Most do not know how courts work, but have an opinion. At one time, I, too, had unsound impressions. Some others may have never been inside a court. Many ask why courts should have

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RERA - What it has brought for us?

  Prajjwal Kaushik    06 September 2017 at 11:35

Real estate sector in India has contributed to 9% of the Indian GDP and is the second largest employer after agriculture in India.The Real estate industry in India is going through a grim phase. The slowdown in the economy has made the condition of t

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These days NCDRC is entertaining petition under section 12(1)(c) (class action petition) of the consumer protection act-1986, wherein joint petition can be filed on behalf of innocent con

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In a recent Judgment Union of India Vs Vodafone Group PLC United Kingdom (2017) SCC Online Delhi 9930 dated 22nd August 2017, Delhi High Court granted injunction restraining Vodafone Group PLC United Kingdom from taking any action in furtherance of t

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Through this article, I urge the readers to think seriously about increase of Mediclaim Premium for Senior Citizen, the reasons as under: 1. Government & Semi Government retired senior citizen persons get pension & also medical benefit aft

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IntroductionAdverse possession is a peculiar kind of possession of land where a person not having legal title to the land enters and occupies the land for long period with no continuing permission of the legal owner and the true owner subsequently lo

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WHAT IS A CONSTITUTION OF A COUNTRY? WHETHER IT SUPERSEDES �COMMON LAW OF BRITAIN (UK), OR SUBSERVIENT, IS BIG QUESTION TO COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES?

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Transfer Petition - Recent Trend

  Kapil Chandna    29 August 2017 at 12:58

These days Hon�ble Supreme court is not lenient in allowing transfer petition in favor of wife and is mostly dismissing these kind of petition and citing Krishna Veni Nagam vs Harish NigamIn the aforesaid judgement the supreme court relying on

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Negotiation

  Arjun Kohli    29 August 2017 at 12:58

Alternate Dispute Resolution comes in as a handy and productive mode of resolving conflict between parties without making them resort to the conventional domains of Courts of Law. However, within the overall concept, lie numerous methods with differe

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Money suit on the Estate of the Deceased

  Azhagananth    29 August 2017 at 12:58

�Money suit on the Estate of the Deceased, to the extent acquired by them, - not maintainable as per Section 6(4) of Hindu Succession Act�. Till date the money suits were filed on the basis of the averments viz� that M/s.XXX is dea

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(1) It has become a practice now a day to make a Powers of Attorney from landowners/Principal. The Power of Attorney holder then deals with the property as if his own and even gets sale deeds made in

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