KEY TAKEAWAYS Consumerism can be described as consumer behavior and attitude marked by a persistent desire for a better lifestyle, no matter how tough to attain. Businesses profit more when consumers spend more money, boosting the national economy in ..
Key Takeaways Trademark is to be filed in the office of the Trade Marks Registry within whose territorial limits, the principal place of business of the applicant or joint applicants is situated or in the Trade Marks Registry of the place mentioned i ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The legislation that governs contracts in India is the Indian Contract Act of 1872. It came into effect in the year 1872. Chapter X of the Indian Contract Act of 1872 provisions relating to the Relationship of an agent and the principal ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Quash means to overturn, abate, vacate, annul, or declare void. Quashing is often performed after the filing of a First Information Report (hereinafter referred to as “FIR”) but before the filing of the charge sheet. High Co ..
KEY TAKEAWAYSA witness is someone who has personally witnessed an event. It could be a crime or an accident. Any witness to the occurrence is competent to testify unless the Court determines that they are unable to comprehend the questions asked to t ..
In a very significant development which shall immensely help women to know how much her husband is earning as salary, the Gwalior Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court in an extremely laudable, learned, landmark and latest judgment titled Smt Rashi Gupt ..
Key Takeaways Juvenility of a person in conflict with the law has to be reckoned from the date of the offence and not from the date on which cognizance was taken by the Magistrate. JJ Act is a beneficial legislation and a technical plea (like delay i ..
Key Takeaways Cyber Crime could be directed against an Individual, a Property, an Organisation, or a Society. Provisions relating to Cyber Offences have been primarily provided in the Information Technology Act, 2000. NDPS Act prohibits the sale and ..
Difference between Cognizable offences and Non cognizable offences BASIS COGNIZABLE OFFENSE NON-COGNIZABLE OFFENSE Statute A Cognizable offense is defined under Section 2(c) in The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. ..
It is really good to learn that the Supreme Court has as recently as on April 29, 2022 in a learned, laudable, landmark and latest judgment titled Atbir vs State of NCT of Delhi in Criminal Appeal No. 714 of 2022 (Arising out of SLP(Crl.) No. 7887 of ..