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Res Judicata and Estoppel: Differences Explained

  Megha Bindal    13 October 2021 at 23:10

Key Takeaways Res judicata is a legal principle that prevents a court from taking action in a case that another court has already decided. Estoppel prevents the parties from doing certain things, such as denying what he previously stated. Section 11 ..


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SRA Flat Transfer Rules: Explained

  Megha Bindal    13 October 2021 at 23:10

Key Takeaways To improve the living conditions of slum dwellers, the Maharashtra Government passed the Maharashtra Slum Areas (Improvement, Clearance, and Redevelopment) Act, 1971. The Act included provisions for slum improvement projects. The Mahara ..


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Will a Criminal Case Against Me Affect My Career as a Judge: Through the Latest Judgment by SC

  Megha Bindal    13 October 2021 at 23:10

Key Takeaways Due to a lack of "honourable acquittal" in criminal cases, a candidate's non-appointment to a judicial officer post was upheld by the Supreme Court. The case title is Rajasthan High Court v. Akashdeep Morya (CA 5733/2021). ..


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Legal Representatives Under The Indian Laws

  Megha Bindal    08 October 2021 at 14:18

Key Takeaways A legal representative, as defined by section 2(11) of the C.P.C., is a person in law who represents the estate of a deceased person. The representative who can be sued for executing the decree in a suit is defined in Section 50 of the ..


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The Geographical Indications Of Goods (Registration And Protection) Act, 1999 (GI Act)

  Megha Bindal    08 October 2021 at 14:17

BackgroundThe term "geographic indication" (GI) refers to a designation given to a product that is unique to a specific region or area and is produced there. The quality of these goods is well-known. Simply by having the tag of belonging to ..


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The Patents Act, 1970

  Megha Bindal    08 October 2021 at 14:17

BackgroundThe Indian Patents and Designs Act, 1911, was enacted in 1911, marking the beginning of the country's patent law. The current Patents Act, 1970, came into effect in 1972, amending and consolidating the existing patent law in India. The ..


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Differences Between Compoundable Offences And Non- Compoundable Offences

  Megha Bindal    01 October 2021 at 16:23

Key Takeaways An agreement or settlement between the injured party and the person who is the subject of the complaint is known as a composition. Compoundable offences are those that can be resolved by the parties coming to an agreement. The applicati ..


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The Trademarks Act, 1999

  Megha Bindal    01 October 2021 at 16:23

Introduction to TrademarkTrademarks are a type of intellectual property. A trademark is a name, word, or symbol that distinguishes the goods of one business from those of others. Marketing goods or services by procedure becomes easier with a trademar ..


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Can A Husband Claim Wife's Property After Her Death In Islam

  Megha Bindal    20 September 2021 at 17:29

Key Takeaways Inheritance represents the most important means of transferring wealth and property from one generation to another. Muslim Law dictates that upon an ancestor's death, all of their properties pass through succession. In Islamic law, ..


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Manual Scavenging Activity Will Now Be A Personal Liability Of The Municipality

  Megha Bindal    16 September 2021 at 17:27

Key Takeaways The International Labor Organization has defined the management of the manual scavenging mainly to include disposal and maintenance of septic tanks, sewerage, and gutters of human excreta from the dry latrine. The Prohibition of Employm ..


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