Preventive Action by a Police Officer under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

The primary object of criminal procedure is to provide machinery for the administration of substantive criminal law. Therefore, the Code enacted elaborate pre-emptive measures to provide for any preventive action to be taken by a police officer to prevent the commission of a cognizable offence. These matters are contained in Sections 149 to 153 of the Code. For… Read More »

Rule of Estoppel

The Rule of Estoppel signifies that when a person makes a promise to another person, which is more than what he can perform or which he is incapable of performing, then he cannot later on claim incompetence as a legitimate excuse when he acquires the competency to fulfil his promise. In simple words, he, later on, cannot claim… Read More »

GD Goenka-CIArb (India) International Commercial Arbitration Competition 2019

About the Moot GD Goenka University is organizing GD Goenka-CIArb (India) International Commercial Arbitration Competition 2019 during November 8-10, 2019. The Chief patron for this event is Dr. Lalit Bhasin Sr. Advocate Supreme Court of India, President CIArb (India), President Bar Association of India & Society for Indian Law Firms (SILF). The event is expected to have participation… Read More »

Management of SEBI

Introduction: The establishment of SEBI was done to achieve the primary objective of creating such an environment, which helps in effective mobilization as well as the allocation of resources with the help of the securities market of India. Such an environment is bundled with policy frameworks, rules and regulations, infrastructures and practices in order to meet the requirements… Read More »

Establishment of SEBI

Securities and Exchange Board of India – SEBI was set up vide notification No. 147 (E) dated 21.02.1992[1] in the form of statutory body. Ministry of Finance, Government of India issued the above-mentioned Notification under Section 3 of Securities and Exchange Board of India Ordinance, 1992 (5 of 1992) on 30. 01. 1992 which was promulgated by president… Read More »

Workplace Mediation – Meaning, Objective and Advantages

Introduction Workplace mediation is a type of mediation followed in the disputes which are an amalgamation of all the labour, employee and industrial disputes mainly related to the professional arena. This includes labour strikes, professional mistakes, employer-employee disputes, employee disputes etc. All kinds of organizations -public or private have three important considerations in common -Reputation, Reliability and Revenue. … Read More »