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Descriptive Trademark For Business : Evaluation

A mark, be it for a trade (relating to goods) or for a service (relating to service) can be any word, logo, symbol, name, device, combination (any), being used by any person or a business or intended to be used by any person or business for any trade or service. The main role a trademark […]

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Movies in Torrent world

Is downloading a content via torrent illegal in India? This question has highlighted the senses of the IP world. Well, downloading a content from torrent is not totally illegal unless that content is a copyrighted or DRM (Digital Rights Management) protected, which in turn will lead to a piracy case. Torrents in itself are not […]

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Engineering, Procurement & Construction contract (EPC)

What are Engineering, Procurement & Construction contract (EPC)? The most popular type of contract in the contract management module is Engineering, Procurement & Construction contracts (EPC). This type of contract typically is drawn between the two – the Government (client) and the private sector developer (contractor). Wherein, the entire project is funded by the government. […]

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Drafting and Filling of a consumer complaint

The relation between the traders and the consumers is an age-old concept and over the years this relation has grown to be of imbalance nature. The commercials of different goods and services in various mediums like magazines and televisions has affected the demand for the same by the consumers but the point of consideration is […]

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Grey Areas

“Grey Areas” in the Companies Act- examination meeting by MCA In September MCA had cancelled registrations of defaulting companies (over 2 Lakh) and also debarred over 3 Lakh directors of companies. Such an action was taken under the provisions for deregistering companies that had failed to file returns under amended companies act 2014. Besides, Section […]

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Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process and the Liability of Personal Guarantors

Question with respect to liability of a personal guarantor of a company during corporate insolvency resolution process came up, where the freeze under section 14 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 (“IBC”) was in force and on 6th September, 2017 it was decided by Allahabad High Court in the case of Sanjeev Shriya vs. […]

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Public Interest Litigation Origin,Constitutional aspect,Guidelines

DEFINITIONS OF PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION Public Interest Litigation has been defined in the Black’s Law Dictionary (6th Edition) as under:- “Public Interest Litigation is something in which the public, the community at large, has some pecuniary interest, or some interest by which their legal rights or liabilities are affected. It does not mean anything so […]

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AD HOC EMPLOYEES

MEANING Ad hoc is a Latin phrase which means “for this”. Made or happening only for a particular purpose or need, not planned before it happens. Therefore, Ad hoc means things done for a particular reason or for a specific situation. For example- colleges calling for guest lecturers or guest faculty to teach the students […]

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Bid Process Management

Bid process management is bifurcated in many stages which require expert skill and expertise. During this process several bid related documents are floated. The selection of the private party is made on the basis of the evaluation of the applications. The several stages leading to the selection of the successful bidder is divided in following […]

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Transaction Advisory

Transaction Advisory is the initial step wherein the government analysis the PPP project feasibility, procurement of services of private sector. To procure the PPP project the public sector invite the Expression of Interest from the private sector having relevant experience. It involve the team of experts in various fields, who while analyzing the project feasibility […]

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Hybrid Annuity Model in PPP projects, India

Introduction: The highway projects in India are commonly awarded via one of the following three widely accepted PPP models: 1. Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT)-Annuity – The private developer builds and thereafter operates the highways for an indicated duration known as concession period and on the completion of the said time period and transfers the same back to […]

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Government incentives for promoting PPP in India

To encourage the private participation the Government of India has taken initiative by facilitating following funds to the PPP sector. 1. Viability Gap Funding (VGF) – The infrastructure projects which are acceptable economically but typically fall short on financial viability are granted support under this scheme. To qualify under this scheme the private sector sponsors […]

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