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Udta Punjab Controversy ,   CBFC ,   Article19 ,   Freedom of Expression ,   Artistic Freedom ,   Censor Board

By way of a movie, a film-maker expresses the ideas in a creative way and the right to do so has been vested in every citizen by Article 19 of the Constitution of India and its public exhibition is regulated by Central Board of Film Certification (herein after referred as CBFC) that is...

By Arunesh Bhardwaj July 29, 2016
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lok adalat ,   legal ,   india ,   dispute resolution ,   NALSA ,   legal services authorities act ,   conciliation ,   dispute

THE LEGAL SERVICES AUTHORITIES ACT, 1987

On 5th December, 1995, the National Legal Service Authority (NALSA) was constituted under the authority of The Legal Services Authority Act, 1987 which deals with Lok Adalats.

LOK ADALATS

How is Lok Adalat organized? (Section 19)

(1)Lok Adalat may be...

By Bhavneet Vohra July 29, 2016
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FIR ,   Section 154 crpc ,   police ,   complaint ,   trial ,   cognizable ,   crimes ,   non cognizable ,   crpc ,   IPC ,   legal ,   india ,   law

Introduction

Very often in our daily lives, we come across people complaining about the police for not lodging the FIR and are unaware of their rights for enforcing the same. FIR- which stands for the First Information Report is the initial point or the first step of the investigation of any...

By Bhavneet Vohra July 29, 2016
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Indian Contract Act ,   Non-Compete ,   Validity of Non-Compete ,   Section 27 ,   Employee ,   Employer ,   Trade Secrets

Introduction

Non-Compete clause is a clause in an employment agreement by virtue of which anemployee is restrained from, either working with a competitor or carrying out a competing business. In the case of Petrofina (Great Britain) Ltd v Martin [1966] Ch 146[i], Lord Justice Diplock LJ defined...

By Arunesh Bhardwaj July 29, 2016
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company law ,   Nidhi ,   Section 406 ,   Money transfer ,   Deposit ,   Loan ,   Company Act 2013

Incorporation

According to Section 406 of the Companies Act, 2013; Nidhi is a kind of company that is established with the objective of cultivating the habit of thrift and saving among its members. A Nidhi aims to receive deposits from its members and to further lend the money to the member only....

By Arunesh Bhardwaj July 29, 2016
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Recovery Suit ,   CPC ,   Right to Defend ,   Summary Proceeding ,   Summary Suit ,   Leave to Defend

Introduction

Summary suit or summary procedure is given in Order XXXVII of Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (herein after referred as CPC, 1908) whose object is to summaries the procedure of suit in case the defendant is not having any defence.

Application & Scope

This order is applicable to

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By Arunesh Bhardwaj July 29, 2016
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women ,   ancestral property ,   india ,   legal ,   hindu succession act ,   women's right to property ,   women inheriting property ,   daughters ,   mitakshara ,   Intestate ,   testamentary ,   will

Introduction

India is majorly a patriarchal society. From time immemorial women have always been treated subservient to male dominated society and have been suffering from pain and humiliation since generations. They are denied an access to education, employment, equal participation and...

By Bhavneet Vohra July 29, 2016
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