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Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Intellectual Property Rights Law

Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Intellectual Property Rights Law

Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Intellectual Property Rights Law covering Trademark, Copyright, and Patent Law BY: ANIRUDH AGRAWAL     Bajaj Auto Limited Vs. TVS Motor Company Limited 2008(36) PTC 417 (Mad.) In the instant case, there was...
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Indian Evidence Act: Landmark Judgments under Evidence Act, 1972

Landmark Judgments under Evidence Act, 1972 BY: HARSHIL VAISHNAV     Procedure to be followed to contradict a witness u/s 145- Bhagwan Singh v. The State of Punjab The Court held that in order to take resort to Section...
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Law of Contract: Types of Contract & Cases under The Indian Contract Act, 1872

TYPES OF CONTRACTS:Types of Contract & Cases under The Indian Contract Act, 1872   Types of contracts in contract are: On the basis of Formation, On the basis of Nature of Consideration, On the basis of...
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Law Of Evidence: Admissions: All about admissions under the Indian Evidence Act, 1872

LAW OF EVIDENCE: ADMISSIONS: Meaning, Impact, Cases, Evidentiary Value, Differentiations   Admission is a voluntary acknowledgment of a fact but importance is given to those admissions only that go against the interests of the person making...
CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE: WRITTEN STATEMENT, SET-OFF & COUNTER CLAIM

CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE: WRITTEN STATEMENT, SET-OFF & COUNTER CLAIM

CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE: WRITTEN STATEMENT, SET-OFF AND COUNTER CLAIM   WRITTEN STATEMENT (Rule 1-5 & 7-10)   Introduction – In legal dictionary, the word written statement means a pleading for defence. However, the expression ‘written statement’ has not been defined...
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Abetment under the Indian Penal Code, 1860

ABETMENT (INDIAN PENAL CODE,1860) BY PRANSHU SINHA   Under the Penal Code a person becomes liable as an abettor if he instigates another to commit a crime, or engages in a conspiracy with another to commit a...

Criminal Courts: Classes Of Criminal Courts In India

Classes of Criminal Courts Criminal Law- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973   Classes of Criminal Courts under CrPc – Section 6 of the Code specifies the classes of criminal courts. It says- Besides the High Courts and the...

Warrant Trails & Summary Trails (Criminal Procedure Code)

Warrant Trails & Summary Trails     Introduction:. Warrant Cases are the cases that are serious in nature. The trail of warrant cases which are more serious and intense in nature are tried by the Court of...

Murder: Section 299 & 300 of the Indian Penal Code

MURDER     INTRODUCTION:   Murder is the unlawful killing of another human being without any justification or valid excuse with a malice intention. Murder is considered as one of the serious crime in our society which demands...

The Law Of Contract 1872: Consideration In a Contract

Law Of Contract 1872: CONSIDERATION   INTRODUCTION: Consideration is one of the sixth essential element for the formation of a valid contract. It is simply the exchange of one thing of value for another. It must be...

Law Of Contract 1872: Offer, Acceptance & Revocation

Law Of Contract 1872: CONTRACT OFFER, ACCEPTANCE & REVOCATION   DEFINITION OF CONTRACT:  According to Section 2(H) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 A contract is an agreement between two or more parties that is enforceable by...

Fundamental Rights In The Constitution Of India

INTRODUCTION: Fundamental rights are a group of rights that have been recognized by the Supreme Court requiring a high degree of protection from government encroachment.  These rights are specifically identified in the Constitution (especially in...

Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code: Dowry Cases

SECTION 498A: This particular section under Indian Penal Code (IPC) says that if husband of a woman or husband’s relatives subjects any forms of cruelty to the woman are liable for penalties which include...

Constitutional Law: Article 21 of Indian Constitution (Right to life in Indian Constitution) (UPDATED)

Article 21 of Indian Constitution     INTRODUCTION:   As per Article 21 of the Indian Constitution - “no person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law”.   Thus, a person can...

Adoption: All About Adoption under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act of 1956

Adoption: All About Adoption under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act of 1956 Introduction To The Hindu Adoption And Maintenance Act Of 1956 The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act of 1956 (referred to as The HAMA,...

Role Of Police And Its Power To Investigate

  ROLE OF POLICE AND ITS POWER TO INVESTIGATE   INTRODUCTION: According to the preamble of  Police Act, 1861 “the police officer is an instrument for the prevention and detection of crime. If any person is in trouble...

Indian Evidence Act 1872 : Important Features

THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT 1872 (MODIFIED) THE MOST IMPORTANT FEATURES OF THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT TO BE KNOWN BY A LAW STUDENT- The Indian Evidence Act is a subject which cannot be understood without understanding these important...

Defamation: Under IPC & Law of Torts

Not taking into account defamation of the State (otherwise known as ‘sedition’), under Indian law, defamation is both a criminal offence and a civil wrong. As far as its being a criminal offence is concerned,...

The Indian Evidence Act 1872: Admissions

THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT 1872 TOPIC-ADMISSIONS         ADMISSIONS:- S.17-Admission Defined-An admission is a statement, oral or documentary, documentary, which suggests any inference as to any fact in issue or relevant fact, and which is made by any of the...

Criminal Conspiracy – Section 120A of Indian Penal Code, 1860

Criminal Conspiracy - Section 120A of Indian Penal Code, 1860 Criminal Conspiracy - Definition - Section 120A - When two or more persons agree to do, or cause to be done - (1) an illegal act, or (2)...