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Broadening Liberties: Navigating The Legal Landscape Of Cannabis In India

  Varsha Rajesh   19 March 2024 at 12:40

KEY TAKEAWAYS Cannabis, also known as marijuana, weed, pot, or Ganja, is a genus of flowering plants that belong to the Cannabaceae family. The legality of cannabis in India is a complex and evolving issue, shaped by cultural, legal, medical, and soc ..


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A Woman Cannot Request Maintenance From Her Second Husband Under Sec 125 CrPC If Her First Marriage Survives: MP HC

  Adv. Sanjeev Sirohi   18 March 2024 at 10:02

In a nutshell, we thus see that the Madhya Pradesh High Court has made it indubitably clear that a woman cannot request maintenance from her second husband under Section 125 of the CrPC ..


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Non-Compliance of RBI Guidelines

  T.R.Radhakrishnan   18 March 2024 at 09:58

The need for a robust and effective monitoring regimeIn the wake of Paytm Payment Bank failure towards noncompliance of RBI guidelines, yet another incident has been reported pertaining to RBI crack down on JM Financial Products from financing agains ..


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What steps should be taken if your account is flagged as a complaint and subsequently suspended?

  Yaksh Sharma   15 March 2024 at 15:55

If you are an Amazon seller, there may come a time when you receive a complaint from a customer or your account gets suspended. ..


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Person Cannot Be Booked For Wishing Happy Independence Day To Pakistan On Whatsapp: SC

  Adv. Sanjeev Sirohi   15 March 2024 at 09:43

While firmly ruling most elegantly, eloquently and effectively on the inalienable right to dissent in a lawful manner, the Supreme Court in a most learned, laudable, landmark and latest judgment titled Javed Ahmad Hajam vs State of Maharashtra and An ..


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Civil And Criminal Defamation - A Crime Against Honor

  Varsha Rajesh   13 March 2024 at 12:52

KEY TAKEAWAYS Defamation is the act of conveying false proclamations about an individual that harm the reputation of that individual when seen through the eyes of a layman. Defamation is an offence under both civil and criminal law. In civil and crim ..


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Breach Of Promise To Marry: - A Comprehensive Analysis Of Its Legal Implications In India And Abroad

  Mayur Shrestha   12 March 2024 at 15:20

INTRODUCTION – Breach of promise to marry is a legal issue that falls within the ambit of both civil and criminal law, encompassing complex dimensions related to personal relationships, societal norms, and individual rights. In the realm of leg ..


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Ex-Parte Decree - When one does not appear

  Varsha Rajesh   08 March 2024 at 12:43

KEY TAKEAWAYS A court ruling made in favour of one party when the other is not present or has not had a chance to participate in the proceedings is known as an ex-parte order. An ex-parte order can be set aside by the party it was made against by mak ..


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The Tacit/implied Admission – Understanding Active Silence Under Indian Evidence Act

  Mayur Shrestha   07 March 2024 at 11:43

KEY TAKEAWAYS – Analyzing the rights of the accused person to remain silent. Tracing the ‘Origin of Right to Silence’ under American as well as Indian context. Studying the various legal provisions and relevant case references pe ..


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Economic Abuse Of Women-the Silent Villain

  Varsha Rajesh   07 March 2024 at 11:43

KEY TAKEAWAYS The denial of all financial or economic resources to which the harmed party is legally entitled is known as economic abuse. Various factors contribute to economic abuse such as patriarchy, lack of education, lack of equal opportunities, ..


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