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International Arbitration Comparative Guide
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of India, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
India
10 Sep 2019
4
The Advent Of Hot-Tubbing In India
The role of experts and their testimony in highly technical matters is indispensable.
India
17 Jul 2019
5
Admissibility & Evidentiary Value of Electronic Records
This need to change has been very well recognized by the courts as well as the legislature in India.
India
12 Jul 2019
6
English Court's Dictum On The "Without Prejudice" Rule
The "without prejudice" rule governs admissibility of evidence and is founded on the public policy of encouraging litigants to settle their differences rather than litigate them towards a conclusion.
India
3 Jun 2019
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The English Court Of Appeal Rules On Privileged Documents In Internal Investigations
Litigation privilege will apply to communications between clients and their attorneys if there is reasonable contemplation of criminal proceedings.
India
19 Feb 2019
8
Omission & Contradiction While Recording Evidence
The dictionary defines it as contradiction is the act of saying something that is opposite or very different in meaning to something else what is said earlier.
India
15 Feb 2019
9
English Court Of Appeal Clarifies Scope Of Litigation Privilege
Legal advice given to avoid, or even settle proceedings which are reasonably contemplated, would receive the same level litigation privilege as in cases of defending or resisting litigation.
India
14 Feb 2019
10
Fate Of Private Document Kept In Public File
What is the fate of private document kept in public file? This question has often stimulated and challenged judicial minds.
India
19 Sep 2018
11
Discovery By Interrogatories
What is Interrogatory and Discovery by Interrogatories? Interrogatories are covered under Section 30 and Order XI Rule 1 to 11, 21 and 22 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
India
23 Aug 2018
12
Admissibility Of Electronic Evidence Under The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
The Supreme Court of India, in a path breaking dynamic judgment, ( Shafhi Mohammad Vs. The State Of Himachal Pradesh SLP (Crl.)No.2302 of 2017) , has rationalized the law relating to the admissibility...
India
4 Jul 2018
13
Acting In Dual Capacity- Barred By Law?
As we all know, advocates and solicitors ought to obtain a power of attorney from their clients including non-resident clients, in order to facilitate the Advocate's firm ...
India
26 Jun 2018
14
Highlights Of The New Delhi High Court (Original Side) Rules, 2018- Part II Of II: A Handbook For Lawyers
In continuation of the highlights of the New Delhi High Court (Original Side) Rules, 2018, the present article deals with the remaining chapters i.e., Chapter XVI to Chapter XXXI...
India
11 Jun 2018
15
The Shifting Judicial Sands On Accused's Right To Rely On Exculpatory Material At The Stage Of Discharge
A preliminary hearing in a criminal trial is one of great importance, and the right to seek a discharge (threshold dismissal) is an extremely valuable right that the Criminal Justice System guarantees to the Accused.
India
8 Mar 2018
16
Supreme Court Elucidates Upon The Scope & Necessity Of Certificate Under Section 65B Of The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
The Hon'ble Supreme Court, while deliberating upon the significance of videography as a crucial means of evidence in conjunction with the scope of applicability of procedural requirements under Section 65B(4)...
India
26 Feb 2018
17
Burden Of Proof Under The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
The normal law relating to the Burden of Proof and its onus is given under the provisions of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
India
16 Aug 2017
18
Supreme Court On Admissibility Of Electronic Records As Secondary Evidence
The Court in the last part of this judgement noted that the court in Anvar has not applied the principle of prospective ruling.
India
28 Jul 2017
19
Six Innovations To Expect In Ethics And Compliance
Ethics and compliance have evolved alongside digitisation, developing processes and purpose.
India
24 May 2017
20
Power Of Attorneys Executed Out Of India - Requirement Of Notarization & Evidentiary Value Before Courts Of India
Under the Indian laws, any power of attorney executed outside India needs authentication, as it is a requirement that a power of attorney has to be executed in the presence of certain designated officers.
India
26 Apr 2017
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