SHOULD LAWYERS BE BROUGHT UNDER THE COPRASujata Iyengar*Gautam Narasimhan *A three Judge bench of the Supreme Court in Indian Medical Association v. y.p. Shanta1 affirmed the growing activity in the field of consumerism and consumer protection. The C ..
By a process of judicial interpretation the provisions of S. 375, IPC cannot be altered so as to include all forms of penetration such as penile/vaginal penetration, penile/oral penetration, penile/anal penetration, finger/vagina and finger/anal pene ..
There has been an urgent need in India to reform various sectors of law and torts continue to be ignored, mostly for the reasons of high costs of tort litigation. Tort is the area of law where in response to a private or civil wrong or injury the cou ..
Injunction matters :1. One very peculiar problem is phased in injunction matters where interlocutary order has been passed in favour of plaitiff and suit has been dissmised in default. What will be the fate of that interlocutary stay order after ..
held by allahabad highcourt : 2005(59) ALR 413 :that even though there has been a entery in favour of the state in revenue records without taking action to take actual possession u/s 10(5) ,10(6). actual owner can not be deprived of the benifit of th ..
INTRODUCTION. There are certain justifications which point to a particular wrong or to certain class of wrong. There are justifications which are common in all kinds of wrongs and to prevent repetition of these under every wrong they are collective ..
MORTGAGE Mortgage is defined as a conveyance of property, upon condition, as security for the payment of a debt or the performance of a duty, and to become void upon payment or performance according to the stipulated terms; also, the writ ..
The Domestic Violence Act, 2005 giving protection to women from domestic violence is a step in right direction. By including the unmarried sisters, mothers, widows, etc. in the list of women facing domestic violence the Act has ensured full proof pro ..
What is Mass Torts?In brief, ‘Mass Torts’ can be explained as ‘Such activity of the defendant, the harm caused by which is wide and a large number or sector of society gets affected simultaneously’. In other words, we can say that the cases of mass t ..
IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHIWP (C) No. 19133 of 200409.04.2008Pronounced on : April 09, 2008Smt. Kiran Devi . . . Petitionerthrough : Mr. Pratap Singh, AdvocateVERSUSUnion of India and Ors. . . .Respondentsthrough : Mr. A.K. Bhardwaj, Adv ..