Restitution of Conjugal Rights

Introduction Marriage is just not only a ceremony, it also includes various marital duties and legal rights associated with it. One of the fundamental purposes of marriage is that the spouses live together and one spouse is entitled to the society and comfort. A cause of action, therefore, arises when one party to the marriage withdraws from the… Read More »

GUARDIANSHIP under Hindu Law

Introduction In the Hindu Dharamshastras, not much has been said about the guardianship. This was due to the concept of joint families where a child without parents is taken care of by the head of the joint family. Thus no specific laws were required regarding the guardianship. In modern times the concept of guardianship has changed from the… Read More »

ADOPTION under Hindu Law

SONSIP & ADOPTION The son under the Hindu Law has been assigned utmost importance in the Hindu Dharamshastras, male issue was treated as necessary for protecting the deceased parents from the sufferings of the Hell and to perform their funeral obligations. The ancient Hindu Law mentioned about the following kinds of son i.e. The Aurasa or the legitimate… Read More »


Introduction Gifts consists in the relinquishment (without consideration) of one’s own right (in property) and the creation of the right of another. A gift is completed only on the other’s acceptance of the gift. Hindu law envisages three of acceptance of gift: By mental acceptance By verbal acceptance By corporeal acceptance What property may be gifted? A Hindu… Read More »

Karta – Powers and Duties

Introduction to Karta The joint Hindu family is a patriarchal organization and the head of the family is known as Karta. He is the senior-most male member of the family and as a head or manager of the family, he is the representative of the family and acts for or on behalf of the family. A Karta is… Read More »

PARTITION under Hindu Law

Introduction Partition, is an act by which a coparcener severs his relations with joint family and loses his status of coparcener and becomes an independent individual from the links of joint family. An important consequence of such partition is that the share of coparcener or coparceners seeking partition which is till partition uncertain, fluctuating and unpredictable, becomes specific… Read More »


Introduction to Corporate Crime  Corporate crime is a phenomenon that marked the 20th century. The first half was marked with two major world economic crises (The Great Depression) and the second with an increasing number of massive corporate scandals. What is significant is the fact that this type of fraud is spreading, and as a consequence there has… Read More »

Law School Entrance: Admission Open,2017 [GD Goenka University]

PROGRAMMES OFFERED 5 Years Integrated Programme BA LLB (Hons.) BBA LLB (Hons.) B.Com LLB (Hons.) Eligibility Criteria: BA LLB (Hons.)/ BBA LLB (Hons.)/ B.Com LLB (Hons.) : 10+2 from CBSE or equivalent examination. In addition, candidates will also have to successfully complete Goenka Aptitude Test for Admission (GATA) and a personal interview. 3 Years Integrated Programme LLB (Hons.)… Read More »

Role of youth as Change Agents in India’s Development

Introduction Youth is the most important and dynamic segment of the population in any country.  It is believed that developing countries with large youth population could see tremendous growth, provided they invest in young people’s education, health and protect and guarantee their rights. We can undoubtedly say that today’s young are tomorrow’s innovators, creators, builders and leaders. But… Read More »