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Articles by Amandeep singh Grewal

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Oral & Documentary Evidence

  Amandeep singh Grewal    30 November 2009 at 23:00

CHAPTER-IORAL EVIDENCEThe facts judicially noticeable and facts admitted are need not to be proved. Oral and documentary evidence are not only media of proof. This chapter deals with the oral evidence only. It enacts two broad rules regard to oral e ..


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Cyber Squatting

  Amandeep singh Grewal    30 November 2009 at 23:00

CHAPTER – ICYBER USE The word "cyber" has interesting roots. It started with an old Greek word meaning (roughly) one who guides a boat, such as a pilot or rudder operator. Plato adapted this word to mean something like "governa ..


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MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE

  Amandeep singh Grewal    25 November 2009 at 21:32

Medical Negligence Introduction This Chapter aims to discuss the following: 􀁺 What is meant by medical negligence?􀁺 What are the available remedies for victims of medical negligence?􀁺 What have been the recent trends of the judiciary in the matte ..


Posted in Criminal Law  5 comments |   26158 Views


Right to Maintenance

  Amandeep singh Grewal    25 November 2009 at 21:32

. Right to Maintenance Introduction :- Before property appreciating the principal of law of maintenance of a wife ,It would indeed be necessary to understand the concept of marriage under Hindu law& the attending rights & d ..


Posted in Civil Law |   9254 Views


Cyber Crime

  Amandeep singh Grewal    25 November 2009 at 21:32

INTRODUCTION The term ‘cyber crime’ is a misnomer. This term has nowhere been defined in any statute /Act passed or enacted by the Indian Parliament. The concept of cyber crime is not radically different from t ..


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Doctrine of Resj udicata

  Amandeep singh Grewal    25 November 2009 at 14:28

INTRODUCTIONRES JUDICATA means "a thing decided" in Latin. It is a common law doctrine meant to bar re-litigation of cases between the same parties in Court. Once a final judgment has been handed down in a lawsuit subsequent judges who are ..


Posted in Civil Law |   8252 Views


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