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Articles by G. ARAVINTHAN

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Private Nuisance

  G. ARAVINTHAN   25 January 2012 at 17:47

Private nuisance is the using or authorising the use of ones property, or of anything under ones control, so as to injuriously affect an owner or occupier of property by physically injuring his property or affecting ..

Posted in Students  4 comments |   3036 Views

Cyber Crimes and Torts

  G. ARAVINTHAN   19 January 2011 at 21:31

Cyber crimes are the crimes which targets the computer database and systems. They usually use the computer as a tool, target, or both for their unlawful act either to gain information which can result in heavy loss/damage to the owner of that inta ..

Posted in Intellectual Property Rights  2 comments |   12044 Views

De-Facto Guardian

  G. ARAVINTHAN   02 January 2011 at 23:01

De-facto Guardian . Guardian under Hindu Law. Child Custody and Guardianship in Muslim Law. Nature and Kinds of Guardianship in Muslim law. Guardianship of Minor under Muslim Law. Guarrdianship in Shia and Sunni law. ..

Posted in Family Law  1 comments |   31051 Views

Objectives of Domestic Violence Act

  G. ARAVINTHAN   17 August 2010 at 15:15

Primarily meant to provide protection to the wife or female live-in partner from violence at the hands of the husband or male live-in partner or his relatives, the law also extends its protection to women who are sisters, widows or mothers. Domest ..

Posted in Constitutional Law  1 comments |   23573 Views

Offer & Acceptance in E-contract

  G. ARAVINTHAN   18 June 2010 at 06:41

When a product is advertised on a website and someone accesses that website in order to buy them then the seller of the goods makes an invitation to offer to public at large through ways similar to advertisements, catalogues and shop displays, in ..

Posted in Intellectual Property Rights  1 comments |   6923 Views

Torture, Terrorism & Police

  G. ARAVINTHAN   18 June 2010 at 06:41

There can be no gain saying that freedom of an individual must yield to be security of the State. The Courts have upheld the right of preventive detention of individuals in the interest of security of the State in various situations prescribed und ..

Posted in Students |   2703 Views

E-commerce under IT Act 2001

  G. ARAVINTHAN   18 June 2010 at 06:41

In the WTO Work Programme on Electronic Commerce, Electronic Commerce means the production, distribution, marketing, sale or delivery of goods and services by electronic means and are, therefore, covered by the concept of ‘electronic commerc ..

Posted in Students |   7858 Views

Charter Party

  G. ARAVINTHAN   18 June 2010 at 06:40

The term "charter party" stands for the contract between the owner of a vessel and the charterer, which is the one that takes over the vessel for a certain amount of time or voyage. When there is an agreement or contract to carry some goods or provid ..

Posted in Corporate Law |   4402 Views

Procedure for challenging an Arbitrator

  G. ARAVINTHAN   10 June 2010 at 13:59

he parties are free to agree on a procedure for challenging an arbitrator: Section 13(1) Failing any agreement on a procedure for challenging the arbitrator, a party who intends to challenge an arbitrator shall, within fifteen days after becoming ..

Posted in Civil Law |   5598 Views

Magna Carta

  G. ARAVINTHAN   10 June 2010 at 13:59

On June 15, 1215 in the meadows of Runnymede, King John and his rebellious barons agreed to the great charter known as Magna Carta. The great charter was the first significant written instrument limiting the power of the king and confining him to ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   2662 Views