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sneha majumder
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sneha majumder

Principles of Injunction


Written By : sneha majumder

The injunction is an equitable remedy in the form of a court order that requires a party to do or refrain from doing specific acts. A party that fails to comply with an injunction faces criminal or civil penalties and may have to pay damages or accept sanctions. In some cases, breaches of injunction...

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Jay Prakash Chaurasia
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Jay Prakash Chaurasia

Justice delayed is Justice denied


Written By : Jay Prakash Chaurasia

"Justice delayed is justice denied", said by an advocate who was standing near to me. I turned towards him and enquired as of how he was so sure about it. He said he is an advocate for the last 15 years and had seen many cases, a lot of delay and people waiting for years. People say that justice is ...

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Arushi Sethi
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Arushi Sethi

Critique of SEBI


Written By : Arushi Sethi

Critique of SEBI Introduction To give a brief description, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the regulator for the securities market in India. The Preamble of the Securities and Exchange Board of India describes the basic functions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India as "....

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Arushi Sethi
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Arushi Sethi

Informed Consent: The Heart of Medical Law


Written By : Arushi Sethi

Informed Consent: The Heart of Medical Law “With Henrietta unconscious on the operating table…though no one asked if she wanted to be a donor—[Dr.] Wharton picked up a sharp knife and shaved two dime-sized pieces of tissue from Henrietta’s cervix.” – The Immortal Life of Henrietta ...

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sneha majumder
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sneha majumder

All about Public Interest Litigation


Written By : sneha majumder

Public Interest litigation, itself says that this is a litigation for any public interest. It is entirely a new litigation started by the Supreme Court to give chance to the poor and other oppressed persons of society to knock the door of High Court or Supreme Court for enforcing their Fundamental R...

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Jay Prakash Chaurasia
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Jay Prakash Chaurasia

Legitimacy of Law


Written By : Jay Prakash Chaurasia

Introduction Law is a set of rules and regulation framed by the government so that the people of country as well as government can follow them. When it comes to law most of people are scared from the law they think that the law will not give their rights and freedoms but they are wrong. Laws are fr...

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Siddhi Srivastava
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Siddhi Srivastava

Demonetising India : Time for India to emerge as a Cashless Economy.


Written By : Siddhi Srivastava

The Demonetisation Step At 8 p.m. on the 8th of November, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, declared the demonetisation of the currency notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000, rendering them invalid as legal tender, through a live-telecast. The Indian currency has been demonetised twice before in 1946 a...

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Medha varshney
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Medha varshney

8TH FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT--- 'To develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spi


Written By : Medha varshney

FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES FACING THE INADEQUACIES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SOCIAL JUSTICE PROVISION DUE TO NON JUSTICIABLITY OF DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES, COMMENTATORS HAVE ALSO POINTED OUT THAT OUR CONSTITUTION IS EMBATTLED AND IMPERILLED BECAUSE WE HAVE FAILED TO IMPREGNATE OUR SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PROCESS W...

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Medha varshney
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Medha varshney

CASE STUDY: PETITIONER: BHARAT BHAWAN TRUST Vs. RESPONDENT: BHARAT BHAWAN ARTI


Written By : Medha varshney

PETITIONER: BHARAT BHAWAN TRUST Vs. RESPONDENT: BHARAT BHAWAN ARTISTS ASSOCATION & ANR. 22 August, 2001 CASE NO. : Appeal (civil) 5614 of 2001 BENCH OF JUDGES: • S. Rajendra Babu • Shiva raj V. Patil INTRODUCTION Bharat Bhawan Trust, appellant herein, was establi...

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Medha varshney
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Medha varshney

RULE OF LAW


Written By : Medha varshney

“No matter what your position is, if you have the citizenship you have to follow the rule of law” Rule of law means that there is a special principle which has to be followed by the government and all the law making bodies and citizens itself. Rule of law also means the supremacy of law. Law go...

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