Hindu Law: Daughter’s Right On Father’s Property’s

Introduction Concerning Hindu Law This world contains a population of eight billion, out of that one.38 billion folks sleep in Asian nation presently. India is a nations where different religion like Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian and Parsi live along which shows secularism. In India there are two types of laws are mentioned: 1)General law 2)Personal... Continue Reading →

Our Privacy Is Not Private Enough!

This paper attempts to bring up the present scenario of consumer privacy and protection in India and other parts of the globe. The research reflects the need and importance of consumer protection in this era of hardcore nail-biting competition. It throws light on the new consumer privacy act passed in California in the United States... Continue Reading →

Death Certificate of a Missing Person

According to the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969, the occurrence of death of a person has to be intimated to the Registrar of births and deaths within twenty- one days of such death. The procedure for registration of the death is well-defined in the Act. It is imperative to ensure death registration and... Continue Reading →

Same sex marriage – Fresh plea filed in High Court – All you need to know !!!

Why in news? A plea (or Petition) has been filed by a married same-sex couple, in which one of them is an Overseas Citizen of India and his partner a United States citizen. The spouse is applying for Overseas Citizen of India status, but fears that his application as well as the request for the... Continue Reading →

Lex Fori Theory of Classifications

The theory of lex fori was first proposed by the German and French writers, Kahn[1] and Bartin[2] in the 1890s. it is a prevailing theory which has been adopted and implemented by the English Courts as well. Lex fori theory or law of the forum is a way to tackle the problem of characterisation. The... Continue Reading →

Contempt Of Court Is A Special Jurisdiction To Be Exercised Sparingly And With Caution

Introduction When proceedings in contempt are taken for vilification of the judge, the question which the court has to ask is whether the vilification is of the judge as a judge or it is the vilification of the judge as an individual. If the vilification of the judge is as an individual, then he is... Continue Reading →

Marriage: A License To Rape

Introduction On 6th October 1860, the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was drafted on the recommendation of first law commission of India under the chairmanship of Thomas Babington Macaulay. It came into force in British India. Section 375 of IPC exempts Sexual intercourse by a man with his own wife, the wife not being under eighteen... Continue Reading →

Cruelty to Women and Section 498A

Section 498-A was introduced in the year 1983 to protect married women from being subjected to cruelty by the husband or his relatives. A punishment extending to 3 years and fine has been prescribed. The expression cruelty has been defined in wide terms so as to include inflicting physical or mental harm to the body... Continue Reading →

Essentials for creation of agency

Under the umbrella of the Indian Contract Act of 1872, we study few special contracts. In this paper, we will focus on one such contract, the contract of agency. Contract of agency is given under chapter 10 of the Indian Contract Act,1872, defined in sections 182-238. Contract of agency can precisely be described as a... Continue Reading →

Positive Impacts of Covid-19 on the Environment

The Covid 19 Pandemic has changed the shape of history since the end of the Second World War. Not only it affected the people but the environment with it. Lots of people around the world are now forced to live in their homes. They are now doing their jobs or attending classes online. Most people... Continue Reading →

Role of NGOs in a Country’s Development

NGO is an organisation of a group of individuals who volunteer their services for achievement of the society larger goal, in the interest of the general public. It is not under control of any governmental body and is a non-profit venture for improving the welfare of citizens. NGOs act as a middleman between the society... Continue Reading →

Right to Protest v. Right to Mobility: The Shaheen Bagh Case

Recently, the Supreme Court answered a much-disputed question of drawing the balance between the right to protest and the protection of people’s public rights through its judgment in Amit Sahni v. Commissioner of Police and Ors. Although, the judgment came as a response to the Shaheen Bagh protests in Delhi against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act,... Continue Reading →

Admission Under Indian Evidence Act, 1872 And Reasons For The Admissibility Of Admission

The word/expression Admission means voluntarily acknowledgement of the of the existence or truth of a particular fact. But under Evidence Act admission is defined in a narrower sense. It deals with admission by statement only by oral or written or contained in an electronic form. Section 17- 23 of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deals with... Continue Reading →

Freedom of Press in India

A Free press stands as one of the great interpreters between the Government and the people. To allow it to be fettered is to fetter over selves. ‘Freedom’ means absence of control, interference or restrictions. Hence, the expression’Freedom of press’ means the right to print and publish without any interference from the state or any... Continue Reading →

Green Intellectual Property Rights – A plathora of safeguarding modern technology

Introduction Immature technology is an umbrella period that describes the help of technology and science to initiate food and army that are environmentally friendly. Green-tech is interconnected to cleantech, which particularly refers to harvest or armed forces that advance operational feat bit as well dipping costs, energy consumption, waste, or harmful belongings on the environment.... Continue Reading →

Women in Hindu and Islam

Communal harmony and religious brotherhood have been observed and sustained as the sacramental duty by the people of India. Being home to many cultures and religious faiths led to different personal laws in the country. Two major branches of personal laws that governs the citizens are Muslim and Hindu law. These laws have been in... Continue Reading →

Gender Division Of Labour At Home. Did It Change During Covid Lockdown?

As, we know that every topic has two aspect positive and negative and I will discuss here both. So first of all I will start with the lighter note on gender division of labour or I can say gender based division of labour. So it is a kind of certain work or task which is... Continue Reading →

Home not a safe place anymore- Legal Remedies for Domestic Violence

Tia is 35 years old, a mother of two children working for a private organization. Tia has been married to her husband for 8 years. In the first two years of marriage Tia had a cordial relationship with her husband. As time passed Tia’s husband became an alcoholic. The only thing he would do now... Continue Reading →

Advantages of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

There are several differences between Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 which offer special advantages under the right circumstances. The most common types of personal bankruptcy are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is an “erase-your-debts-and-start-fresh” bankruptcy. The Chapter 7 case typically takes around four to five months and most unsecured debts... Continue Reading →

Vodafone Case Analysis

Case name: Vodafone international holding v/s Union of India Citation: 2009(4) Bom CR 258 – Date of decision: 07th May 2018 – Bench: Hon’ble Justice Manmohan Statues involved: Code of civil procedure (amendment) Act, 2002 · Constitution of India (Article 31) – Constitution of India (Article 21) - · The Arbitration Act,1940 – Company Act,2013... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: