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Introduction And Principles Of Liability In Tort

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    23 September 2021 at 17:47

Definitions of TortIntroductionLaw is generally divided into public and private laws. While public laws regulate the conduct of states, private laws aim at regulating the behavior of individuals. Sir Pit Cobbet said, “Private law is the body of ..


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Consent For Sexual Act Obtained By Making False Promise Of Reemployment Isn't Free Consent: MP HC

  Sanjeev Sirohi    22 September 2021 at 18:02

In a big slap on the face of all such sexual predators who as employers stoop to such a low level that they obtain the consent for sexual act from a woman employee by making false promise of reemployment, the Gwalior Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Cour ..


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Majority view has to prevail

  R.S.Agrawal    22 September 2021 at 15:58

The Supreme Court has, in the judgment of the case- Sau. Sangeeta Sunil Shinde v. State of Maharashtra and others, delivered on September 1, 2021, ruled in most clear terms that in a democratic set up, the will of the majority has to prevail. ..


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National Judicial Infrastructure Corporation: A Much Needed Set Up To Bring Uniformity And Standardization To Revolutionize The Country's Judicial Infrastructure

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    22 September 2021 at 11:40

Key Takeaways ● The Indian judiciary is the most important organ of the country that acts as the guardian of safeguarding the rights of the citizens. ● However, the environment of our judiciary is not effective enough to serve its purposes. A number ..


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Can A Husband Claim Wife's Property After Her Death In Islam

  Megha Bindal    20 September 2021 at 17:29

Key Takeaways Inheritance represents the most important means of transferring wealth and property from one generation to another. Muslim Law dictates that upon an ancestor's death, all of their properties pass through succession. In Islamic law, ..


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Employee Fraud: Special Focus On BCCL Vs Workmen And Indian Legislations For Workers

  SUSHREE SAHU    20 September 2021 at 17:29

Key Takeaways The Supreme Court, in a recent judgment, declared that when appointment is done fraudulently and the actions taken by the company are justified and legal, the company has the right to terminate the workers. Employee fraud is something v ..


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Property Mutation: How To Apply For Mutation And Need

  SUSHREE SAHU    18 September 2021 at 15:17

Key Takeaways A person’s property is important for the owner and it is common that one would like to protect their property. The transfer of property happens in various ways and the registration is done to ensure that the property is safe. Afte ..


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Manual Scavenging Activity Will Now Be A Personal Liability Of The Municipality

  Megha Bindal    16 September 2021 at 17:27

Key Takeaways The International Labor Organization has defined the management of the manual scavenging mainly to include disposal and maintenance of septic tanks, sewerage, and gutters of human excreta from the dry latrine. The Prohibition of Employm ..


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Insurance In India, With Focus On The Unclaimed Insurance Policies

  Megha Bindal    15 September 2021 at 16:53

Key Takeaways Insurance is a type of risk management that's primarily used to protect against the risk of a speculative, unpredictable loss. Broadly, there are two categories of insurance, which are, life insurance and general Insurance. To regul ..


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How To Transfer Property After Death Of Parent

  Anusha Singh    11 September 2021 at 16:44

KEY TAKEAWAYS There are two main acts which govern the succession in India:The Hindu Succession Act, 1956 and the Indian Succession Act, 1925. Probate is certified by the court of competent jurisdiction which is a certified legal document with the se ..


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