What is a Birth Certificate and Why is it Essential?A Birth Certificate is the most important identity document that makes it possible for anyone in possession of it to benefit from a gamut of services offered by the Indian Government to its citizen

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For every constituency, there is a list of voters that is called the Electoral Roll. To be able to exercise your vote, your name must be in the Electoral Roll of the area of your residence. According to Article 326 of the Constitution and Sec. 19 of

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10 simple tips to lower your tax bill There’s nothing more demoralizing than watching your income get slashed by taxes. After all, it’s your hard-earned money, and you won’t like it go for whatever cause that may be. However, you can’t do much to avo

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Attention is drawn to Supreme Court's recent decision in Zoroastrian Coop. Housing case1 (referred to hereinafter as the ZCHS case) wherein the Court considered a private arrangement incorporating a restrictive covenant on the basis of religion. The

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Big Pharma: What Safe Haven?

  Ms. Bobby Anand    24 July 2008 at 23:15

Pharmaceutical stocks have been rallying of late, buoyed by news of richly priced mergers, including Roche's $44 billion bid for Genentech (DNA) on July 21 and the $7 billion offer by generic drugmaker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries (TEVA), a few day

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The administration of criminal law and justice requires complete refurbishing. Recent years have been a growing urge for improving the state of affairs in this domain. There is no gainsaying that problematic issues requiring thoughtful research have

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Guarantors

  SANJAY DIXIT    24 July 2008 at 23:15

GuarantorsINTRODUCTION:Financial institutions may require guarantees to enhance the credit standingof prospective borrowers, thus enabling them to obtain financing.Many people think that a guarantor gives a reference of the good characterof the borro

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Provisions relating Right to Health: An International Scenario Good health, free from disease, is not only the very foundation for a healthy life, but equally recognized as a human right and a constitutional fundamental. Health, being one of the esse

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Whether a Private Limited Company can grant loans or advances to its shareholder(s): A statutory analysis: On any question regarding granting loans or advances any corporate professional would generally recall the provision of section 372A or sectio

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Undoubtedly, it is rightly described that human rights are sure and sound guarantee of democracy. Every person should know that they have rights and that they are protected by the State. A supplementary recognition and human rights respecting guarant

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WHAT IS CORRUPTION?

  K.C.Suresh    20 July 2008 at 14:02

WHAT IS CORRUPTION ? The largest democracy in the world, India @ Bharath, a dream of a patriot by name Mahatma, is glitters like thousands of twinkling stars, in its fight against corruption ultimately bulldozing the huge masses of corrupt

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MORTGAGE

  K.C.Suresh    19 July 2008 at 23:59

MORTGAGE Mortgage is defined as a conveyance of property, upon condition, as security for the payment of a debt or the performance of a duty, and to become void upon payment or performance according to the stipulated terms; also, the writ

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The Domestic Violence Act, 2005 giving protection to women from domestic violence is a step in right direction. By including the unmarried sisters, mothers, widows, etc. in the list of women facing domestic violence the Act has ensured full proof pro

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HISTORICALLY, LEGAL education was imparted in India in law departments of universities where courses were taught as three-year programmes after under-graduation resulting in the award of an LLB degree. Legal education and its importance to establish

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Intellectual property is a collection of rights that generate wealth for all by providing incentives for new products, processes, creative works and services.Products that we use every day like Philips® light bulbs, Nancy Drew© books and Campbell’s

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Businesses were competitive locally expanded to the national arena. Competitiveness in the national arena is now forcing business to go global. The days of regional differentiation are over. Old strategies that professed “Small is Beautiful” or offer

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PLE BARGAIN

  K.C.Suresh    17 July 2008 at 13:58

PLEA BARGAINA plea bargain gives an accused the opportunity to avoid sitting through a trial risking conviction on the original more serious charge. For example, an accused charged with a theft charge, the conviction of which would require imprisonm

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Directors of a Company

  Ms. Bobby Anand    16 July 2008 at 19:13

Meaning of Director as per the Companies Act, 1956A company is a legal entity and does not have any physical existence. It can act only through natural persons to run its affairs. The person, acting on its behalf, is called Director. A Director is an

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With the rise in outsourcing and with more and more global organizations outsourcing business processes and IT services to India, there has been a number of legal issues in outsourcing. Companies outsourcing to India have to face some complex legal i

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Introduction:Meaning & Kinds: “Winding-up” in literal sense, means to bring to a conclusion or an end by putting in order.[1] It is defined as the process by which the life of a company is ended and its property is administered for the benefit of

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