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Third Party Liability In Contempt Proceedings
Judiciary acts as a guardian of rule of law, which is the foundation of a democratic society.
India
25 Sep 2019
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Section 25(2) Of The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955: A Perennial Harvest
Marriages are said to be made in heaven, nuptials are believed to be pre-determined by destiny, However, man has ensured that the course of this, what some may call, romantic fiction, is fettered with a string of legislations ...
India
30 Aug 2019
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Parcenary: Species And Genus Of A Mitakshara Hindu Family
Joint or undivided family is the normal feature of the Hindu society.
India
26 Jun 2019
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Fate Of Arbitrations In The IBC Age : Clearing The Interpretive Thicket Around The ‘Moratorium' Provisions Of The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code
This article attempts to examine the impact of, inter alia, ss. 14 and 238 of the IBC on the aforesaid scenarios.
India
22 May 2019
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Amendment To Complaint Under Section 138 Of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881-Myth Or Reality?
The object of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 ("CrPC/ Code") is to provide machinery for the punishment of offenders against the substantive criminal law.
India
8 Feb 2019
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Wrongful Prosecution-Victim's Rights And State's Obligations
Article 21 of the Constitution of India ("Constitution") confers, on every person, the fundamental rights of life and personal liberty.
India
1 Feb 2019
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Competition Law And Frivolous Litigation: An Indian Perspective
Mere solicitation of government activity was not violative of anti-trust laws, irrespective of the incidental effects of such activity being anti-competitive.
India
21 Jan 2019
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156(3), CrPc: Interlocutory Or Not? Treading A Paradoxical Course
The term "interlocutory order" is a term that has no lack of well-known legal significance and appears to present no complex difficulty.
India
23 Nov 2018
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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
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The Meandering Law On The Duration Of An Anticipatory Bail Order
Whether anticipatory bail should be granted only for a limited period of time, or once granted, should it continue till the end of trial?
India
3 Sep 2018
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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
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Turf Wars And The Hanging Fate Of Competition Commission Of India
On 21 September 2017, Hon'ble High Court of Bombay brought down the curtains on CCI's ambitious effort to investigate a telecom cartel.
India
7 Nov 2017
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Arbitral Awards: It Would Be Advisable For Foreign Investors To Tread Cautiously
In the space of a month, the Delhi High Court has delivered two judgements that significantly impact the interplay between enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in India and the foreign exchange regime
India
1 Jun 2017
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To Discharge, Or Not To Discharge: That Is The Question
The recent order by the Hon'ble Supreme Court in Amit Sibal v. Arvind Kejriwal , has again brought to the forefront, the short but extremely important question as to :
India
22 Mar 2017
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Lost In Translation – The Supreme Court Weighs In On Anti-Competitive Practices In The Broadcasting Of ‘Mahabharat'
There is no doubt that these findings, along with the many passing observations of the Court are going to have a significant effect on current and future cases decided by the CCI and the COMPAT.
India
22 Mar 2017
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Corporate Debtor Vis-À-Vis Financial Debt? You Have No Say!
‘Audi Alteram Partem', the age old legal maxim has been defined under the Blacks Law Dictionary to mean as "Hear the other side; hear both sides. No man should be condemned unheard".
India
14 Mar 2017
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COMPAT's Underwhelming Power: LPG Cylinder Manufacturers' Cartel
The Competition Appellate Tribunal remanded the LPG cylinder manufacturers' cartel case back to the Competition Commission of India, for assessing the imposition of penalty under Section 27(b).
India
14 Dec 2016
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Court Allows Presence Of Advocate During Recording Of Statement By Director General, Competition Commission Of India
In the last seven years, India's fair trade regulator, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has handed down over seven hundred orders.
India
23 Jun 2016
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Revisiting The Concept Of Single Economic Entity Under The Indian Competition Act, 2002
The basic principle of competition laws is the prevention of practices that harm the normal market forces between independent parties competing for a larger slice of the market.
India
21 Dec 2015
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Thomas Cook Before The COMPAT- Much Ado About Nothing?
On 26 August, 2015, the Competition Appellate Tribunal passed a highly relevant order with respect to Section 5 and Section 6 of the Competition Act, 2002.
India
23 Sep 2015
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