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The Competition Act, 2002 : Important Elements

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M.Sheik Mohammed Ali Wrote on 22 March 2011

thanks for valuable your submission



Ignorance of Law cannot be an Excuse at all - whether in Civil or Criminal matters

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Narendra Sharma Wrote on 22 March 2011

SC in Commissioner of Police v. Sandeep Kumar; Decided on 17.03.2011, held that the alleged offence having been committed at the tender age of the accused, was condonable.



Ignorance of Law cannot be an Excuse at all - whether in Civil or Criminal matters

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Srinivas Wrote on 22 March 2011

Valid points. I still think there should be some mechanism to protect the COMMON MAN from becoming a victim or slave to judiciary. Maybe there should be a law requiring lawyers to educate their clients (sometime like "mandatory" information act...)



Nominee means What Legality-Very Important.

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Asha Pole Wrote on 21 March 2011

very informative....It's so simple but the complications follow later if not abidded



Basic of Equity & Capital Market-I

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A.A.JOSE BARODA Wrote on 21 March 2011

Thank you Mr.Sanjay Kumar for this informative article. Looking forward for the remaining parts also. With best wishes



Power of Attorney

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Goutam Wrote on 20 March 2011

Whether the powers will remain in the hand of the Power of Attorney holder after the death of the Power of Attorney maker..Then tell me in which Bare Act and sec. this provision is mentioned.lz also tell me the rulings realting to this ans......



SARFAESI Act'2002: Boon For Banks Curse for Borrower

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PJANARDHANA REDDY Wrote on 20 March 2011

GOOD ANALYSIS SARFAESI



Emerging Challenges before the Judiciary

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Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate Wrote on 19 March 2011

good one Article on the judiciary!



Nominee means What Legality-Very Important.

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V. VASUDEVAN Wrote on 18 March 2011

This is an excellent article setting out the law on nomination in lucid terms for common man's understanding. Vasudevan



What, If A Point Was Argued, But Not Dealt With In The Judgment

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VIRAJ KADAM Wrote on 18 March 2011

Points argued must be covered by your pleadings. Every time the court would not allow you to file written arguments, that not a mandate on court.


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