TABLE OF CONETENTS Key Takeaways Introduction Celebrity Rights Personality Rights Privacy Rights Publicity Rights The need to protect their rights Protection of Celebrity Rights Trademark Copyright Passing off Action ConclusionKEY TAKEAWAYS The Oxfor ..
TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Definition of Undue Influence Types of Undue Influence Relationships Dominating Position Unfair Advantage Real and Apparent Authority Fiduciary Relationship Parent and Child Affecting Mental Capacity The parties which c ..
TABLE OF CONTENTS Key takeaways Introduction Definition under Section 17 of Contract Law Constituents of Fraud Active Concealment Promise without the intention of keeping it Establishing facts without being convinced of it’s accuracy Ambiguous ..
KEY TAKEAWAY The meaning of ownership first rooted with the very start of human civilisation, as the civilisation expanded the meaning of ownership did too. The transition from a pastoral to an agricultural economy held the development of the idea ..
KEY TAKEWAYS Indian states of Punjab and Haryana have been over the dispute of Sutlej River Canal since 1966. Punjab refused to share water with Haryana, claiming that it would violate the riparian principleBoth state governments voluntarily agreed t ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Constitution of India understands that the press’s power lies with it’s authenticity which needs to be protected and with some rights and freedoms. Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Press is crucial for a democratic s ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS National Legal Services Authority of India (NALSA) ,focuses on giving free legal aid and raising legal awareness. Article 39A works coherently with the preamble as it provides for free legal aid to the poor and weaker sections of the so ..
KEY TAKEWAYS The judicial court of India has now broaden the definition and scope of the word “wife”, If the claimant can demonstrate that she and the respondent once shared a home as husband and wife, they will be assumed to be legally ..
In the past, there were over 200 state laws and about 50 central labour laws in India that governed various aspects of employment. The Code of Wages Act was brought into the picture by the parliament to simplify the provision of Payment of Wages, P ..