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Medical Evidence Admissibility
Medical Evidence Admissibility

Overview: Medical evidence is used by investigating agencies to prove the guilt of the accused. Also, the medical Eviden

Capital Punishment
Capital Punishment

Generally, Capital Punishment in India means the death penalty awarded by the Court of Competent Jurisdiction in India,

Anticipatory Bail Laws in India
Anticipatory Bail Laws in India

The Concept of Bail Section 2 (a) of CrPC defines bailable offense as “an offense which is shown as bailable in the Fi

Legal Proformas
Legal Proformas

Domestic Workers in a Private Household Visa (U.K.) – (Tier 1 or 2 or 5)
Domestic Workers in a Private Household Visa (U.K.) – (Tier 1 or 2 or 5)

The domestic worker can stay in the U.K even if the employer takes a short trip to another country for any purpose. The

Infrastructure laws on Railways,Telecom and Energy Sector
Infrastructure laws on Railways,Telecom and Energy Sector

The Railways and Oil & Natural Gas and Renewable Energy sectors have monopoly of either Public or private sector. Howeve

TRIPS and Compulsory Licensing
TRIPS and Compulsory Licensing

Overview: TRIPS (Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) is an international agreement betwe

PIL Cases of India which changed the Legal System
PIL Cases of India which changed the Legal System

Introduction Public Interest Litigation, as the name suggests, means litigation for the protection of the public interes

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016
Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) aims at protecting the home purchasers and also boosts the rea

Statutory Compliance for Industries
Statutory Compliance for Industries

Overview Statutory compliance connotes the legal framework in which the business or the industry has to operate and trea

Dual Citizenship
Dual Citizenship

When an individual holds citizenship of more than one country he is said to have dual citizenship. Indian constitution b

Monopoly And Unfair Trade Practices
Monopoly And Unfair Trade Practices

Meaning of Monopoly: When one or more big companies are the sole sellers of a product and no other small business sells

Maintenance Under Section 125 CrPC
Maintenance Under Section 125 CrPC

Maintenance under S125 CrPC and how the application is made According to Indian law, maintenance can be provided to spec

Employees Provident Fund Under Labour Law
Employees Provident Fund Under Labour Law

Overview Laws regarding Employees Provident Fund in India are governed and controlled by the Employees Provident Fund Ac

Workman Compensation
Workman Compensation

Introduction In today’s era of a highly competitive work environment, employee’s rights have also increased. Providi

Trespass
Trespass

Trespass is said to be the act of crossing the limits prescribed by law. It refers to an unreasonable interference with

Right To Education
Right To Education

Overview The Constitution (Eighty-sixth Amendment) Act, 2002 inserted Article 21-A in the Constitution of India to provi

Labour Law Amendments 2016-2017
Labour Law Amendments 2016-2017

Overview There is an observation that the Indian Labour Legislation has undertaken its commitment to the welfare of work

Compromise & Quashing of FIR / Complaint
Compromise & Quashing of FIR / Complaint

Compromise quashing is filed in case of Non-Bailable Offence and non-compoundable Offences (S. 320 Cr.P.C.) or Offences

What do we mean by ‘Unconscionable Contracts’?
What do we mean by ‘Unconscionable Contracts’?

Overview: In today’s ever-expanding world of complex monetary and economic relations, Contracts play a vital role. Thi

Sample of Mutual Consent Divorce Petition
Sample of Mutual Consent Divorce Petition

Under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the parties can seek divorce by mutual consent by filing a petitio

Divorce By Mutual Consent
Divorce By Mutual Consent

Overview There was a time when divorce was possible on the fault, wrongdoing or actions of one person only and he/she wa

Director and the Board of Directors under the Companies Act, 2013
Director and the Board of Directors under the Companies Act, 2013

Section 2 (10) of the Companies Act, 2013 defines that “Board of Directors” or “Board”, in relation to a company

Sample Format of a Relinquishment Deed
Sample Format of a Relinquishment Deed

When an individual dies intestate, i.e. without leaving a will or testamentary will), the property of that individual is