What is Continuous Easement ?

Freedom and Property Rights are inseparable. You can't have one without the other.                                                                                                                                 -George Washington  INTRODUCTION What is an easement?  The concept of the easement has been defined under Section 4 of The Indian Easements Act, 1882. According to the provisions of Section 4, easement or easement agreement is a term that describes a situation in which one party... Continue Reading →

What is Completion Certificate?

A certificate does not make you certified. Attitude, performance, commitment to self and team - these and a certificate make you certified. INTRODUCTION After a housing project has been completed in accordance with a building plan that has been approved, it is granted a completion certificate, which is a legal document. Any housing project that... Continue Reading →


According to the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act of 2015, adoption is the process by which an adopted child is permanently separated from his biological parents and becomes the lawful child of his adoptive parents with all of the rights, privileges, and responsibilities that come with being a biological child. Adoption comes... Continue Reading →

Actionable Claim under Transfer of Property

INTRODUCTION The transfer of property act is generally based on immovable property, but some of its provisions can also be laid on movable property. In general, an actionable claim refers to one that allows you to take legal action. It signifies there is a claim and you can approach the court to have it enforced.... Continue Reading →

Security Deposit while renting the property

"Service is the Rent we pay for the Privilege of Living on this Earth.” Introduction A security deposit is an amount that a tenant pays to the landlord at the start of the tenancy.                The sum that a tenant gives the landlord as a security deposit is paid at the beginning of the tenancy. It is... Continue Reading →

Role of State Human Rights Commission

Abstract : 1. Introduction . 2. Constitution of State Human Rights Commission . 3. Appointment of Chairperson and Members of State Commission . 4. Resignation and Removal of Chairperson and Members of State Commission. 5. Salary and Allowances 6. Functions of State Human Rights Commission. 7. Powers of SHRC. 8. Achievements of SHRC. 9. Conclusion.... Continue Reading →

Composition, Powers and Functions of National Commission for Women.

Abstract: 1. Composition of National commission for women. 2. Term of office and conditions of service of chairperson and members. 3. Powers of NCW. 4. Functions of NCW Article: • Composition of the National Commission for Women: Section 3 in The National Commission for Women Act, 1990 3. Constitution of the National Commission for Women.-... Continue Reading →

Composition, Powers and Functions of National Commission for Men

Abstract : 1. Introduction 2. When Laws Say Men’s Rights are NOT Human Rights 3. Domestic violence laws 4. Child custody laws and visitation laws work against men 5. Gender biased rape laws in India 6. What needs to be done to change the situation 7. Men’s Rights are also Human Rights 8. Men in... Continue Reading →

Composition, Powers and Functions of SC/ST Commission.

Abstract: 1. Introduction 2. Article 338 in the Constitution of India 1949. 3. Composition of National Commission for Scheduled Castes. 4. Powers of SC Commission 5. Functions of SC Commission. 6. Composition of National Commission for Scheduled Tribes. 7. Powers of ST Commission. 8. Functions of ST Commission. Article: • Introduction: 1. Article 338 of... Continue Reading →

Group Rights Women and Children

Abstract : 1. Chid Rights 2. Some of the most important rights to children 3. Women's rights 4. Women-specific legislation 5. Women-related legislation 6. Some of the most important rights to women 7. Conclusion. Article: Child Rights : Includes the children's rights adopted in the United Nations convention on the Rights of the Child on... Continue Reading →

Human Rights Act ,1993.

Review of literature: • Human Rights • What is Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993? • Introduction of Human Rights • Objectives of Human Rights • Kinds of Human Rights • National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) • State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) Article: Human Rights: 1. Means the rights relating to life, liberty, equality and... Continue Reading →


Before 1955, getting a divorce as a Hindu was not always simple. Because the marriage was seen as a religious union in Hinduism. The parliament resolved to create laws pertaining to the Hindu in light of different stigmas in social life of the Hindu. However, doing so was a challenging undertaking. The lawful marriage between... Continue Reading →


MEANING OF MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE Maximum Retail Price (MRP) is the highest possible price fixed by the manufacturer that can be charged for a product from a customer. Retailers may choose to sell products at the MRP or for less than the MRP. Under the Consumer Goods (mandatory printing of cost of production and maximum... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION: Human beings are a product of the environment; hence, a stable environment is a prerequisite for their sustenance. However human beings for their selfish interests have exploited the environment for all its worth causing its deterioration and destruction. While the environment has endlessly nourished its inhabitants, man’s greed for economic benefits poses a great... Continue Reading →

Rights of people from the LGBT Community

Introduction: In India, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights have progressed dramatically in recent years. However, Indian LGBT individuals continue to suffer societal and legal challenges that non-LGBT citizens do not encounter. What do you understand by LGBTQ? LTGQB are abbreviations for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning. These phrases refer to a person's... Continue Reading →

What Skills do law firms look for?

Introduction Every law student or lawyer wants/ wish to get into good law firms but a few are able to crack the interview as they lack certain skills which are obligatory. This blog will make you assimilate most of the skills which help any law student or lawyer to get into TIER 1 law firms.... Continue Reading →

Court Intervention in ADR

What do you understand by Arbitration? "Arbitration" is a dispute settlement process between two or more parties. It is the objective through which conveyed by a Contract or Agreement. In this, parties agree to resolve their conflicts, utilizing mediation or conciliation.    The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 of Section 2 defined Arbitration as (a)... Continue Reading →

Things that cannot be held as immovable property

What are Immovable Property?Section 3 (1) of the Transfer of Property Act of 1882 defines immovable property. Indian law has accepted the technical separation of property into real and personal property recognized by English law, rather than the split of property into moveable and immovable. Their Lordships of the Privy Council stated in Futtehsang v.... Continue Reading →

The 5 Most Intelligent Crimes Committed In India

Annual government reports from the National Crime Bureau reveal that over 50 lakh crimes are committed in India every year, according to the National Crime Bureau. With a population of over 130 million people and a society beset by economic and social problems, a slew of crimes are reported in the country on a daily basis. Some crimes, on the other hand, stand out for the sheer amount of intelligence and brainpower that went into them. Several crimes in India have raised eyebrows, ranging from exploiting systemic flaws to devising novel methods of evading law enforcement authorities.   A list of the five most intelligent crimes committed in India is presented to you:  Harshad Mehta's Securities Scam of 1991 was the first of its kind.  In India, a stockbroker known as Harshad Mehta, also known as the 'Big Bull' on the Bombay Stock Exchange, cleverly extracted large sums of money from the banking system by taking advantage of their loopholes and investing the resulting wealth in the stock market, earning him the nickname. He engaged in massive stock manipulation, in which he not only drained capital from the banking system but also increased demand for certain stocks, which he then sold at a much higher profit, enabling him to amass millions of dollars.   Mehta was successful in manipulating share prices through this system to the point where shares of companies such as ACC, one of India's largest cement producers, increased from Rs 200 per share to Rs 9000 per share in a matter of three months. Sucheta Dalal, a Times of India columnist who was later awarded the Padma Shri, was the person who brought the scam to light.   When this scam was exposed, the stock markets went into freefall. This scam had swindled at least Rs 40 billion from the Indian banking system, making it not only one of the most intelligent crimes committed in India but also one of the most expensive crimes committed anywhere in the world. Harshad Mehta was arrested in December 2001 and died in Thane prison as a result of a heart condition. He had a total of 28 cases filed against him at the time of his arrest.  Unknown Indian hacker (the perpetrator of the world's largest cybercrime)  In 2008, an unknown Indian hacker was arrested and charged with the largest cybercrime in history. The man was accused of aiding a criminal gang in hacking into the identities of an estimated eight million people in a hacking raid that could have resulted in a net worth of more than £2.8 billion in illegal funds. Using an underground network operated by the Russian mafia, he was able to breach the IT defenses of the Best Western Hotel group's online booking system in the United Kingdom and sell the information on how to get into the system.   Data exposed in the breach included a variety of private information, including home addresses and telephone numbers, as well as credit card information and employment information. The Sunday Herald newspaper in Scotland discovered the flaw and alerted the hotel's management, who were able to close the security breach in time, but the stolen information was already being exploited by cybercriminals at the time. It has not been possible to determine the identity of the original Indian hacker, confirming the event's status as one of the most intelligent crimes committed in India to date.  The Burglary at the Sydney Opera House  In March 1987, Mohan Singh pretended... Continue Reading →

A look at the history of Cryptocurrency in India.

The government's attitude toward digital assets has shifted dramatically over the last several years, from an outright prohibition in 2016 to an impending Bill for regulation. The impending Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2021 differs from the previous one, which was titled 'Banning of Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill,... Continue Reading →

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