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Articles by Sandeep Jalan

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How to 'take away' whims & fancies / arbitrariness, etc. from the decisions of the Court

  Sandeep Jalan   19 August 2016 at 10:39

The straight answer to this is � to insist the presiding Judge to record "finding of facts". Every decision of court, as far as possible, must be based on record of findings of facts. Finding based decisions ..

Posted in Others |   901 Views

Case Laws, approach as to citing

  Sandeep Jalan   05 October 2015 at 15:41

1. Case laws are very important tools to strengthen and establish our case in the court of law. 2. The judges whilst confronting with the factual backdrop of a case, if so necessitated, whilst applying the principles of interpretation of law, interpr ..

Posted in Others  6 comments |   1987 Views

Presumption of law & burden of proof in special reference to cheques

  Sandeep Jalan   26 September 2015 at 12:01

The presumption of law and consequent burden of proof has significant bearing on the length of any litigation and also on the outcome of the litigation. Just to indicate the crucialness of aforesaid legal expressions, whereas a presumption of law has ..

Posted in Others  7 comments |   2157 Views

Challenging the validity of laws at the prism of Constitutional philosophy

  Sandeep Jalan   07 September 2015 at 15:09

Introduction of law is a basic incident of a democracy. The conception of democracy is a sentiment which desires the well being of all men. Laws were made so that the stronger might not have their way at their choices, but according to law. But first ..

Posted in Constitutional Law  1 comments |   1220 Views

Material facts of the case

  Sandeep Jalan   12 December 2014 at 11:08

a) Narration of material “Facts of the Case” is the “backbone” of any litigation; and perhaps one of the most important skills of the draftsman, which really decides the “fate” and “length” of any liti ..

Posted in Others  2 comments |   4110 Views

Criminal liability of Directors being prosecuted u/s. 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act

  Sandeep Jalan   08 December 2014 at 12:00

The Parliament of India, in the year 1988, with a view to enhance the acceptability of cheques in settlement of liabilities, by making the drawer criminally liable in case of bouncing of cheques, introduced the Banking, Public Financial Institutions ..

Posted in Others |   2244 Views

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