KEY TAKEAWAYS The citizens of India have the right to assemble subject to reasonable restrictions. Section 151 of the Indian Penal Code is one of the sections that talks about unlawful assembly. When 5 or more people gather together intending to disr ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Section 79 of the Information Technology Act provides the intermediaries with protection against liability from any third-party content. Safe Harbour Immunity is nothing but protection granted to the intermediaries from any unlawful con ..
“Negotiation and discussion are the greatest weapons we have for promoting peace and development” ~ Nelson MandelaKEY TAKEAWAYS A Settlement Agreement or Deed of Settlement is a legally binding contract between two disputing parties. Sett ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS A Hindu Undivided Family consists of all the male members descended linearly up to any generation from a common ancestor along with their mothers, wives, and daughters. Without a common ancestor, there cannot be a Joint Hindu family and ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Section 24 of the Code of Criminal Procedure deals with the appointment of Public Prosecutors with not less than 7 years of experience as an Advocate in Court. The Madhya Pradesh High Court recently heard a PIL filed by a social worker ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS According to a 2018 Supreme Court judgment, live-in partners can claim maintenance in case of estrangement. In the landmark case of Indra Sarma vs. V. K. V. Sarma, the Hon’ble Apex Court held that a woman in a live-in relationship ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS In the landmark case of Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay & Ors. Vs. Union of India, the Supreme Court laid down directions to the subordinate court for the speedy deliverance of justice concerning criminal cases against the legislators. It gi ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Recently, the court refused to grant a stay order concerning the demolition process of the 10,000 houses in the Khari Gaon region at Faridabad. On 7th June the Apex court ordered the removal of all the constructions encroaching upon the ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The marriageable age in India for girls is 18 years and 21 years for boys. Despite measures and laws implemented by the Government, child marriages are still prevalent in India. A marriage between a minor and a major is only voidable if ..