INTRODUCTIONIn this project we shall be dealing with the Transfer of shares. Transfer of shares means the voluntary handing over of the rights and possibly, the duties of a member (as represented in a share of the company) from a shareholder who wishes to not be a member in the company any more to a... Continue Reading →


ABSTRACTPenetrating injuries of the body are most commonly the result of injury/wounds and are often associated with a range of potentially life threatening injuries. In every physical assault, no matter it led to death or not, the attacker had produced/left different types of marks in the victim's body that could be helpful to reconstruct the... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTIONThe word ownership strikes the imagination with the picture of property, property without which there can be no ownership or possession. During the earliest of times when humans were nomads and did not posses the skill of cultivation and civilization the concept of ownership never crossed through the minds. However, the concept of possession was... Continue Reading →


FACTS OF THE CASE- On 13th December, 2001, five heavily armed persons entered the premises of Parliament House complex and killed the security personnel on the duty. The gun battle between the terrorists and the security guards went on for 30 minutes which led to the death of all the five terrorists and 13 guards... Continue Reading →

Emergency and Suspension of Fundamental Rights

ABSTRACT The fundamental rights provided under part III of the Indian Constitution are the most crucial feature and form the basic structure of the constitution. The emergency provisions provided under Part XVIII of the constitution affect the fundamental rights. The effect of emergency provisions on fundamental rights can be classified into two phases. Phase 1... Continue Reading →

Failure Of Constitutional Machinery In States

The Meaning of Breakdown of Constitutional Machinery in India-India adopted the Canadian model of federation which tilts the balance in favour of the Union. The constitutional provisions empower the Union to give directions to the States in normal times as well, because Article 355 enjoins on the Union the duty to protect States against any... Continue Reading →

Freedom of Property

The Constitution originally provided for the right to property under Articles 19 and 31. Article 19 guaranteed to all citizens the right to acquire, hold and dispose of property. Article 31 provided that "no person shall be deprived of his property save by authority of law." It also provided that compensation would be paid to a person... Continue Reading →


The governors of the Indian states have the same powers and functions at the state level as the Indian president at the union level. Each state has a governor, and federal territories (including the National Capital Territory of Delhi) have lieutenant governors or administrator. The governor acts as the nominal head whereas the real power... Continue Reading →

Parliamentary Privileges

A simple definition of privilege is that it is an exceptional right or exemption. In its legal sense it means an exemption from some duty, burden, attendance or liability to which others are subject. In Parliamentary language, however, the term applies to certain rights and immunities enjoyed by each House of Parliament collectively, and by... Continue Reading →


Adultery “Infants have their infancy; adults, adultery.”- David P. Barash.Adultery shows the conflict between social pressure and the personal struggle for happiness. Adulterers have always been affected by society's disapproval of them. In India, adultery is criminalized under Article 497 of the IPC. According to Indian criminal law, the crime of adultery only targets "outsiders"... Continue Reading →

Social Responsibility of Company

ABSTRACTThe social responsibility of a Company is known as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The concept of corporate social responsibility is based on the idea that not only public policy but companies, too, should take responsibility for social issues. In more recent approaches, CSR is seen as a concept in which companies voluntarily integrate social and... Continue Reading →


ABSTRACTTo have a clear and complete understanding of law, it is essential to understand the sources of law. Sources of law mean the sources from where law or the binding rules of human conduct originate. In other words, law is derived from sources. Jurists have different views on the origin and sources of law, as... Continue Reading →

maintainence under Hindu Law

ABSTRACT In accordance to Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 and Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956, divorced women have the absolute and proper rights to claim for maintenance. The sum of maintenance is chosen by the Court of Law which depends on varying factors including financial position and the liabilities of the husband, justifiable reasons behind... Continue Reading →

Nature of muslim marriage

ABSTRACTThe Arabic term ‘nikah’ is used to describe marriage is transliterated into “the Union of Sexes” and under this Arabic term, marriage became a civil contract in Muslim Law, as intended by the Prophet Mohammed. It has since become one of the most sacrosanct social institutions known to Man, while providing equal importance and according... Continue Reading →


ABSTRACTCorporate Law, also inferred as Company Law or Business law is a body that regulates the rights and code of companies organizations and businessmen. Any advertisement offering shares or debentures of the company for sale to the public is a prospectus. The law is aimed at easing the process of doing business in India and... Continue Reading →


ABSTRACT Many countries have legislation which make it costly for firms to dismiss or retrench workers. In the case of India, the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, requires firms that employ 50 or more workers to pay a compensation to any worker who is to be retrenched. This paper builds a theoretical model to analyze the... Continue Reading →


‘ ABSTRACT In India, a number of labour legislations have been enacted to promote the condition of the labour keeping in view the development of industry and national economy. But for industrial regeneration, it is necessary that the partners of the industry must care their respective defects. Since independence both legislation and public opinion have... Continue Reading →


Labour laws are perceived as bottlenecks for doing business in India, as is evident from its world rank of 102. The primary objective of this project work is to understand the relationship between a corporate employer and its employees or; borrowing terminology from the Industrial Disputes Act 1947; its workmen. On closer examination of industrial... Continue Reading →

liabilities of trustee

INTRODUCTIONIn this project we shall be dealing with the different kinds of the liabilities which a trustee exercises. The precise liabilities that a trustee has will be defined by the trust deed and by law. However, a trustee will normally be given the following liabilities: Execution of trustAcquaintance of Trust PropertyProtection of Title of Trust... Continue Reading →


TALAQ-E-TAFWEEZ ABSTRACTAn agreement made between the parties to marriage whereby it is provided that the wife should at liberty to divorce her in specified contingencies is valid. Such an agreement can be entered before or after marriage. Such delegation of power of divorce to the wife may be permanent or temporary that is for a... Continue Reading →

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