OSTENSIBLE OWNER

The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, was passed with the purpose of making transfer of property easier and makes it … More

        STRIKES

                                                       (I)     Strike    Sec 2(q)  Strike means a cessation of work by a body of persons employed in any … More

Trade Unionism

                Trade Unionism  The germs of trade unionism  in India can be traced back to the year  1890 , when … More

ANTI COMPETETIVE AGREEMENTS

INTRODUCTION The Competition Act, 2002 (the “Competition Act”) was brought into effect in stages from 2002 to 2011. The Competition … More

MUSLIM LAW OF SUCCESSION

SUCCESSION Introductory :- The Muslim Law of inheritance is a superstructure constructed on the foundations of pre-Islamic customary law of … More

DOCTRINE OF RES GESTAE

INTRODUCTION Section 5 of the Indian Evidence Act lays down that evidence may be given of fact in issue and relevant … More

Doctrine of Double jeopardy

The doctrine of Double jeopardy has been conceptualized in the Constitution of India under Article 20(2) which provides that no … More

JUVENILE JUSTICE LAW IN INDIA

The Juvenile Justice System in India is structured around the Constitutional mandate prescribed in the language of Articles 15(3), 39 … More

CASE STUDY ON BIGAMY

Sarla Mudgal, (President, Kalyani) and Ors. Vs. Union of India ,Ors. TITLE OF THE CASE:    Sarla Mudgal, (President, Kalyani) and … More