"Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot their minds cannot change anything" � George Bernard Shaw.
The origin of Writs took place in the English judicial system where generally the King's Bench passed orders in the forms of Writs under the Royal Seal.The Black's Law Dictionary defines it as "A mandatory precept issuing from the Court
Enacted in 1872, the Indian Contracts Act has been amended a number of times since then. Sundry changes have been brought in via multiple Amendments. But do these amendments nowmake the Act exhaustive? Do these amendments fulfil all the possible shor
This article was authored with the contributions from Mr. Navin Kumar Jaggi, Advocate at JJ&J Attorneys. This article is the second part in a series that examines how precautionary principle can aid the implementation of NREP Even after precautio
Increasing pollution has become a major setback today, where emissions from vehicles and on-road emissions have become a serious problem. The problem has not only created a chaotic situation but reached catastrophic proportions with the consequence t
The competition, in general, is simply the 'right to win'. One can use fair or unfair means to sustain competition.
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The study of disasters reveals a consistent mixture of bad design, poor safety procedures and human error.
The appropriate form of action to establish the existence of a public right of way is usually one declarator, which may be raised in either the Court of Session or the sheriff Court within
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