Constitutional Issues on Civic Space Legal Framework

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Disclosure of ‘Country of origin’ is of utmost importance – Amazon fined Rs. 25,000.

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Insurance

Automobile coverage

Types of automobile coverage are:- 1.Automobile Liability insurance: This insurance protects the insured against...

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Vehicles are subject to the following hazard which accelerate the need for automobile Insurance: Footpaths: footpaths are surrounded...

Deviation of voyage

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Important clauses in marine insurance

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Know Your Rights

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Governance & Company Column

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Constitutional Issues on Civic Space Legal Framework

Civil society uses universal suffrage to elect their representatives who when put together in the parliament are the lawmakers. They can make,...

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Criminal

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RAPES IN INDIA 2020

Criminological theory, there are three approaches to the etiology of rape with three different focii of attention:(1) the social structural approach,(2) the...

SEDITION LAW IN INDIA

Introduction:Sedition, in simple words, is a crime in attempting by way of speech, action or publication targeting the Sovereign, ministers, officers or...

MEDIA TRIALS AND LAW

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MARlTAL RAPE

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As the COVID-19 pandemic has forced several countries into a lockdown, cases of domestic violence rose at an...

Law of the Land

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Cyber law

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Criminal Law

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Law Relating to the Right of Private Defence

The Indian Penal Code states the law relating to the right of Self Defence/Private Defence under the section 96-106, here a man can partially take the law in his own hands. These provisions provide a man to use certain force legitimately against the wrong-doer in order to protect his body or his own property or also another person's body or another person's property.

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The Indian Penal Code 1860-The Preamble

Edited by: Vaani Garg The introductory chapter of the penal code consists of a chapter with five sections. The...

Contract Law

Indian Contract Act 1872: Quasi Contract

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Special Features of Insurance Contract

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Principles of Insurance contracts

Edited by: Vaani Garg The principles of insurance contracts are as follows: 1 Indemnity- This...

Tort Law

MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE

Any negligence by an action or omission of a medical practitioner in performing his/her function is known as medical negligence. Medical negligence...

NERVOUS SHOCK

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Negligence in law of Torts

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ESSENTIALS OF LAW OF TORTS

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Case Analysis

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