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Order 7 Rule 11 of C.P.C

Introduction Code of Civil Procedure is the constitution of Commercial Courts, Civil Jurisdiction and Appellate Civil Division in the High Court for settling business/common questions....

Debt Capital Markets

Introduction A debt capital market (DCM) depicts a structure of market conditionals per which companies and government can raise funding through the trade of debt...

Anti-Conversion Law of Uttar Pradesh and the Special Marriage Act

Introduction “If an adult marries as per his or her choice and decides to convert, there could be no interference in the matter”, Calcutta High...

Regulation of OTT Platforms in India

Introduction Over the top (OTT) media refers to any platform or service that allows viewers to stream film and/or television content online. This method of...

Crypto-Currency Laws in India

Introduction A cryptocurrency is known as a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange wherein individual coin ownership is recorded in stored...

The Tort of Nuisance

Introduction The tort of nuisance refers to an unlawful interference with a person’s use or right to enjoyment of land. This interference maybe through heat,...

Recent Developments and Landmark Judgments on RTI

Introduction In all democracies, developed or developing, right to information has been perceived as a basic right of the residents. Beginning with Sweden a couple...

Restorative Justice and its application in India

Introduction UNICEF defines restorative justice as an approach in which the victim/survivor and offender, and in some cases other persons affected by a crime, “participate...

What Constitutes an Essential Religious Practice?

Introduction Since its freedom in 1948, India is known as a Secular Country. The concept of Secularism is covered under the preamble of Indian Constitution...

Contempt of court: A blessing in the hands of judges?

“Contempt of court” often referred to simply as contempt, is the offence of disobedient and disrespectful action towards a court of law and its...

The Rights of Prisoners in India

Introduction It is said that no one truly knows a nation until one has been inside the jail. A nation should not be judged by...

Why are Farmers Protesting?

Introduction As India's farming sector is vast, providing livelihood to nearly 70 percent of the country's population and which accounts for around 15 percent of...

Career Opportunities, a law student has after Graduation

Introduction For the law graduates, picking a correct vocation in law is a significant undertaking which they need to accomplish in any way. Suit is...

Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee

About Contracts of Indemnity Contract of indemnity is an agreement between two individuals or parties. It refers to legal exemption from liability for damages where...

Article 21: Expanding Horizons

Introduction The Constitution of India under Part III provides for fundamental rights. Article 21 of our Constitution is one of the important fundamental rights among...