Section 22.(General explanations)Moveable property

Definition of movable property is given under CHAPTER II- GENERAL EXPLANATIONS “Movable property”. —The words “movable property” are intended to include corporeal property of every description, except land and things attached to the earth or permanently fastened to anything which is attached to the earth. The words “movable property” are intended to include corporeal property... Continue Reading →

IPR-Auditing IP Assets by Sana Sri Nandan

IPR-Auditing IP Assets A Intellectual Property (IP) review is an apparatus for recognizing your potential IP resources. In a perfect world a review ought to be done by proficient IP examiners, yet regularly a primer review should be possible in-house, inside your organization. Through an IP review you can make a stock of your potential... Continue Reading →

Section 146. Rioting

Introduction – The word ‘rioting’ means causing violent disturbance to a crowd which is peaceful. The Indian Penal Code defines rioting under Section 146 as “Whenever force or violence is used by an unlawful assembly. Or by any member thereof, in prosecution of the common object of such assembly, every member of such assembly is... Continue Reading →

IPR & Biodiversity

Natural variety is the sign of life on earth. It is very spine of supportable turn of events. The current Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) system is empowering commercialization of seed improvement, monoculture, assurance of new plant assortments, microorganisms, and hereditarily changed organic entities. As an outcome, our rich biogenetic variety is being dissolved irreversibly. We... Continue Reading →

IPR-Patent Search & Patent Databases

The start of 21st Century saw the ascent of world wide economy where information was given more significance. The expression "information" implies the utilization of human imagination and advancement for the upliftment of the economy of the Nation. In this cutthroat reality where imagination and developments are vital, ensure one's own thoughts, items and plans... Continue Reading →

IPC 206

Fraudulent removal or concealment of property to prevent its seizure as forfeited or in execution.—Whoever fraudulently removes, conceals, transfers or delivers to any person any property or any interest therein, intending thereby to prevent that property or interest therein from being taken as a forfei¬ture or in satisfaction of a fine, under a sentence which... Continue Reading →

IPC 133

Introduction – Section 133 of the Indian Penal Code comes under Chapter VII of the Offences relating to the Army, Navy and Air Force. Chapter VII of the code deals with offences committed by civilians in relation to officers of Army, Navy or Air Force of India. The primary objective of this chapter is to... Continue Reading →

IPR-Burden of Proof

Intellectual property is a product of human intellect and the rights granted on it allow its owner to benefit from the fruits of this intellectual endeavour by creating a monopoly over it. Such a benefit is not always a natural right but requires recognition by a statute. The burden of proof is defined in section... Continue Reading →

Section 404 by Sana Sri Nandan

404. Dishonest misappropriation of property possessed by deceased person at the time of his death.— Whoever insincerely misappro¬priates or converts to his own utilization property, realizing that such property was in the ownership of a perished individual at the hour of that individual's expire, and has not since been in the posses¬sion of any individual... Continue Reading →

Shogun Finance Ltd v Hudson

Facts: A vehicle seller offered a vehicle to a fraudster, who created a taken permit as his own. The seller worked out the recruit buy contract in the name composed on the permit. The fraudster took actual ownership of the vehicle. The Defendant bought the vehicle from the fraudster in accordance with some basic honesty.... Continue Reading →

IPR-Publication of Application

The date of distribution of a patent application is of importance. The explanation being ones benefits just as rights start from the date of distribution. Albeit one can't found any encroachment procedures till the patent is allowed.Normally a patent application is distributed in the Official Patent Office Journal after the pass of year and a... Continue Reading →

Section 112. Abettor when liable to cumulative punishment for act abetted and for act done

IPC Section 112. Abettor when liable to cumulative punishment for act abetted and for act done On the off chance that the represent which the abettor is obligated under the last going before segment is submitted notwithstanding the demonstration abetted, and comprises a particular offense, the abettor is responsible to discipline for every one of... Continue Reading →

Fabricating false evidence

Introduction: The Indian penal code (IPC) which was enacted in the year 1860 covers a major aspect of criminal laws. The code was drafted on the recommendation of the first law commission of India established in the year 1834 under the chairmanship of Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay. The drafting of this code was completed by... Continue Reading →

Concept of Custom by Sana Sri Nandan

 Custom is one of the most fruitful sources of law.  “Custom is to society what law is to the State. Each is the expression and realization to the measure of men’s insight and ability, of the principles of right and justice.”  Custom is a product of society and it is to the... Continue Reading →

IPR-Rights Conferred

Intellectual Property (IP) relates to any unique production of the human keenness like imaginative, abstract, specialized, or logical creation. Licensed innovation rights (IPR) alludes to the lawful rights given to the designer or maker to ensure his development or creation for a specific timeframe. These legitimate rights present a selective right to the designer/maker or... Continue Reading →

Abetment under the criminal law

Section 110 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Provoking, encouraging and aiding anyone for doing any criminal act which is punishable by law is known as abetment. This article talks about chapter V of Indian Penal Code, 1860 i.e Abetment. Criminal Law in itself is very clear while imparting any kind of punishment and... Continue Reading →

provisions for opposition of patents

Introduction For invalidating a patent, there are tedious and costly patent suit procedures in different wards all throughout the planet. Another path for discrediting a contender's patent application/allowed patent can be through patent pre and post award resistance procedures. That is, one may challenge a forthcoming patent application (preceding award) or after patent is allowed.... Continue Reading →

Nervous Shock

Nervous SHOCK IN TORT LAW The law identifying with apprehensive stun has a long history of acknowledgment. The topic of recuperation for anxious stun (or mental injury) carelessly brought about by another has been one which has astounded different courts in different custom-based law purviews all through the world since it was first settled on... Continue Reading →


Anticipatory bail is a heading to deliver a person on bail, given even before the person is captured. WHEN CAN A PERSON APPLY? At the point when any person catches that there is a transition to get him captured on bogus or exaggerate charges, or because of hostility with somebody, or he fears that a... Continue Reading →


DAVIES VS MANN Brief Fact Summary. The Plaintiff, Davies (Plaintiff), had his butt illicitly fastened along a public highway. The Defendant, Mann (Defendant), went along the way at a speedy speed and ran down the ass, murdering it. The appointed authority trained the jury that if the proximate reason for the injury was because of... Continue Reading →

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