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Important Judgments of 2022: Legal Bites Year Update

The Article explains ‘Important Judgments of 2022: Legal Bites Year Update’ and the cases are basically related to the arbitration agreements, fundamental rights, limitations, evidence act, foreign contribution, and so on and so forth. The idea of the author is to make all the readers well-versed with the case laws decided by High Courts or Supreme Court. Case… Read More »

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UGC NET Law Exam: : Study Material, Test Series and Tips

UGC NET Law is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) across India to assess the eligibility of candidates to become Assistant Professors and avail Junior Research Fellowship. UGC NET is conducted twice a year, i.e. June & December. Get Mock tests, previous year papers, subject-wise tests, study material, syllabus, tips, and notifications and study effectively. UGC NET Law… Read More »

CALL FOR BLOGS | USLLS ADR Blog [No fee, Rolling Submissions]

The USLLS ADR Blog invites crisp and analytical submissions pertaining to Alternative Dispute Resolution Laws on a rolling basis. About the University Established in 2001, University School of Law and Legal Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University is located in Dwarka, New Delhi, India. An eminent institute, USLLS holds the 12th position in NIRF’s 2021 Rankings for law… Read More »

III JECRC Uttam Devi Mohanlal Khatuwaala Memorial National Moot Court Competition

School of Law JECRC University is organising III JECRC Uttam Devi Mohanlal  Khatuwaala Memorial  National Moot Court Competition from 13th – 16th August. About the Organiser JECRC University, Jaipur, Rajasthan is one of the Premier Universities of North India, established under The JECRC University Act, 2012 of the Government of Rajasthan. JECRC University had started the School of… Read More »

Doctrine of Frustration | Explained

The Doctrine of Frustration is an English contract law doctrine that acts as a device to set aside contracts where an unforeseen event either renders contractual obligations impossible or radically changes the party’s principal purpose for entering into the contract. The doctrine of frustration is based on the maxim Lex non cogit ad Impossibilia. This signifies that the……...

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Call for Papers | RMLNLU Law Review Volume XIII

Call for Papers is being invited by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University for RMLNLU Law Review Volume XIII before 23rd September 2022. About RMLNLU Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, formerly Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law Institute, is an institute for law in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. Dr, RMLNLU was established in 2005, and… Read More »

Rights, Liability and Limitation of Liability of Shipowners under International and Indian Legal Framework

This article by Hafsa Shaikh deals with the Rights, Liability and Limitations of Liability of Shipowners under International and Indian Legal Framework. Introduction Internationally, around 90% of the world trade transportation depends on the Shipping Industry. Shipping is considered the lifeline of the global economy. As per the latest data, about 11 billion tons of goods are transported… Read More »

Discuss the grounds on which an application under Section 319 CrPC for the summoning of a person as an accused can be filed and at what stage of the proceedings can. The court does so with reference to the latest case law of the Supreme Court in the case of Hardeep Singh v. State of Punjab (2014)

Question: Discuss the grounds on which an application under Section 319 CrPC for the summoning of a person as an accused can be filed and at what stage of the proceedings can. The court does so with reference to the latest case law of the Supreme Court in the case of Hardeep Singh v. State of Punjab (2014)……...

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A files a complaint petition against B for voluntarily causing hurt to him. The concerned Magistrate dismisses the complaint petition of A. After some days, A again files the complaint petition against B… The accused challenges the cognizance under Section 482… Is his argument sustainable in law?

Question: A files a complaint petition against B for voluntarily causing hurt to him. The concerned Magistrate dismisses the complaint petition of A. After some days, A again files the complaint petition against B for the same offence on the same facts. This time Magistrate takes the cognizance of the case. The accused challenges the cognizance under Section……...

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Nanakchand was tried along with others on the charge of Section 302 IPC read with Section 149. At the end of the trial, the applicability of Section 149 was not established and the trial court convicted him under Section 302 read with Section 34, IPC. Whether the conviction is valid?

Question: Nanakchand was tried along with others on the charge of Section 302 IPC read with Section 149. At the end of the trial, the applicability of Section 149 was not established and the trial court convicted him under Section 302 read with Section 34, IPC. Whether the conviction is valid? Reply with reasons and support of leading……...

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N lodged a report with the police against H, the father of P, a minor girl of 17 years, alleging that the house of H was visited by persons of bad repute and that P had immoral relations with them. H filed a complaint… It was contended on behalf of N that the previous acquittal was a bar. Decide

Question: N lodged a report with the police against H, the father of P, a minor girl of 17 years, alleging that the house of H was visited by persons of bad repute and that P had immoral relations with them. H filed a complaint about defamation against N, but it was compounded by the accused tendering apology….…...

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