CONCEPT OF INCOMING AND OUTGOING PARTNERS

partnership can be defined as voluntary contract between 2 or more competent persons To put in their money, capital, labour, skill, or some or all of them in a lawful business with understanding that there shall be sharing of profit between them. Incoming and outgoing partners are the two basic kinds of defining the types of partners in a partnership firm.

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SOURCES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

The Constituent Assembly took help from various sources to draft the Indian Constitution. They studied the Constitution of various countries and took the important parts of their Constitution and added them in Indian Constitution like the concept of Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, the Preamble etc. At that time, there were 395 Articles and 8 schedules. The head of the drafting committee was Dr. B.R Ambedkar.

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INFORMATIONAL PRIVACY AND NON-STATE ACTORS

The right to informational privacy, as a concept, is a branch or extension of the right to privacy. The Concept has been taken in different ways in different situations. According to Warren and Brandeis “once a civilization has made a distinction between the life of the soul and the life of the body, the idea of a sphere in which men may become and remain himself.”

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Emerging Trends in Unconventional Trademarks

In India, The Trade Marks Act, 1999 regulates and provides for the protection of trademarks. Section 2(1) (zb) of the Act gives the definition of what a trademark is. It provides for specific criteria to be fulfilled for a mark to qualify as a trademark. It lays down that any mark which is capable of being represented graphically and can be used to distinguish the goods and services of one person from the goods and services of another can qualify as a trademark.[1] It also lays down that this mark can also be in the form of a shape of the actual product, packaging, a combination of colours, etc.

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Education: Fundamental Right and RTE Act, 2009

State is obliged to provide education for its citizens through a comparative analysis of Article 21 along with Articles 38, 39(a), 41, and 45. The right to life in Article 21 denotes the right to live with human dignity. Education is primary to every person to live with dignity.

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THE DOWRY PROHIBITION ACT, 1961

Kanyadan became associated with varadakshina, i.e. the cash or gifts in kind by the parents or guardian of the bride to the bridegroom. It was offered out of love and affection and did not constitute any consideration for the marriage. It was a voluntary practice without any coercive force. But slowly and gradually, the voluntary element has disappeared and the coercive element has crept in which is popularly known in today’s world as “Dowry”.

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TAX STRUCTURE AND ITS ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS IN INDIA

The Indian economy has experienced a decrease of 18.3% in the economic growth in the second quarter of 2020, the outcome of which was a net growth of just 23.9%. In addition, the fact retains the ranking of India due to pandemic. India is recorded to be the third-worst affected country due to the pandemic by the outbreak of COVID-19.[1] The outbreak of the virus has adversely affected the economy of India, where the businesses were shut and natives didn’t have much of a source for generating income, not only this, the individuals spent a large portion of their savings to survive the period of lockdown and even now, when the lockdown is lifted. The money flow in the economy has come to a stagnant position.

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All You Need To Know About: Competition Commission Of India

The Setting up of the Competition Commission of India regime in India has so far proved to be a much more difficult task in hand than what was initially envisaged. Starting from the last decade the Competition Law in India has seen a lot of twists and turns in its application. Initially, there were two basic laws regarding the implementation of Competition Law in India.

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Revision of Women’s Legal Age for Marriage

Since 1978, the legal age of marriage for girls has been 18 years, while the same is 21 years for boys. As per the Indian Majority Act, 1875, the minimum age of marriage is distinct from the age of majority. Recently the Finance Minister of India, Nirmala Sitharaman, revealed in her budget speech on February 1, 2020, that a task force had been implemented to look into the age of a girl entering motherhood and marriage. This may include revising the legal age of marriage for women from 18 years to 21 years – the same as a man’s legal age for marriage. 

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Abolition of Limited Estate in The Light of Hindu Succession Act, 1956

The privilege of possession of title is significant for one’s opportunity and advancement. In ancient times, the rule of inequality prevailed in society, owing to which females could not avail of their fundamental right of property. But in today’s era, females enjoy certain freedoms. However, many women do not meet their privilege, either because they are uneducated or are ignorant of their legal rights.

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Pre-Packaged Deals In India

Owing to COVID-19, the Government, in an attempt to mitigate the predicaments of companies, decided to suspend the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. The subject of suspension of the IBC gained more impetus when clarification was issued on June 5th, 2020, as an ordinance. Section 10A, which essentially suspended the effect of Sections 7, 8, and 10 for a year, was inserted. The Coronavirus crisis has been a catalyst that led to this development, as the rationale was to protect the interests of the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises.

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Arrest And Rights Of An Arrested Person

The expression “arrest” means the detainment of any person by lawful authorities. After the arrest, the liberty of the accused is in the dominance of the arrester. Under the law of crimes, an arrest is an essential tool to present the accused to be taken before the court and to prevent absconding. According to the Farlex Legal Dictionary, “arrest” is defined as “a seizure or forcible restraint; an exercise of the power to deprive a person of his or her liberty; the taking or keeping of a person in custody by legal authority, especially, in response to a criminal charge.”

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Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage: A Necessity

LGBTIQ represents persons who identify themselves as Lesbians, Gays, Bisexual, Transgenders, Intersexuals and Queers. These are the people who do not fall in the category of male and female, some biologically and some in terms of their sexual orientation. After the historic judgement that decriminalised consensual sexual interaction between homosexuals, the question that arises is that after a long battle for sexual freedom, what will be the next step towards the complete exercise of civil rights. Civil rights and fundamental rights include rights like the right to choose one’s own partner and the right to marriage.

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Plea Bargain: Overview And Challenges

Plea bargain, also known as plea agreement or plea deal, refers to the pre-trial negotiation or agreement, in a criminal case, between the prosecutor and the defendant. Herein, the defendant, in exchange for some concession from the prosecutor, agrees to plead guilty or nolo contendere to a particular charge. In other words, ‘plea bargaining’ is a deal offered by the prosecution side in order to induce the accused to plead guilty. 

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Marital rape- An Oxymoron?

The general meaning of rape can be understood as unlawful and forced sexual intercourse. Merriam Webster defines it as an illegal sexual activity committed by force or due to threat of injury and is against the will of the victim or someone incapable of giving consent due to mental disability, disorder, and unconsciousness.
The term’s legal definition, in the context of its consideration under Indian laws, has been codified under Section 375[1] of Indian Penal Code, 1860.

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Law of The Sea

Earth has oceans that cover upto 72% of its surface. The understanding of the value of oceans is lesser-known to mankind. We all have been aware of the drastic changes taking place in our environment, the pollution gnawing at the very thing that is important for our survival. Not only the mere trade, economic activities carried about in these oceans are being subject to risk but also the conservation of the marine living resources is being difficult. 

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Private Defence- Protection Against Body Or Property

Every citizen has the right to help himself, and the right of private defense must encourage the citizens of every free, democratic country. We have to understand one thing that the right to personal security is not applicable when there is time to have a source to get any public authority protection. Sections 96 – 106 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 deals with the right to private defense. Under these sections, the provision mentions that the person can use all his necessary forces to protect their life, property, or even another person’s life or property.

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What Is Insider Trading and How does SEBI Deals with It?

Insider trading includes trading in a public company by someone who has confidential, price sensitive information, and who uses and deals with such information. Insider trading can either be illegal or legal depending on the knowledge, based on which the individual is trading. According to section 2(h)(ha) of Securities and Exchange Board of India (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992[i] ‘price sensitive information’ means any information relating to present, future or even past, that has the potential to affect the prices of securities and value of the company.

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Adoption under Hindu Law

It’s not rocket science to predict that our country’s future lies on our young ones’ shoulders, and the government takes adequate measures to maintain their safety. In doing so, government and judicial authorities focus on the adoption laws of children. It’s unfortunate to see that on one side, we have children who get all the necessities, their guardians adequately feed them, they are provided with every amenities, starting from clothes to education. Moreover, they are loved.

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Prevention of Child Labor

Child labor is something that is distinguished from normal labor. Child labor refers to a practice whereby a child, under the legal age for working, i.e. 14 years, is made to do work that is physically or mentally harmful for them in such age. Universally, the age for considering a person a child is 18 years of age. Child labor occurs in almost every industry, for example, brick making, bangle making, agriculture, and various hazardous work.

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Analysis of Sources of Law In India

The study of Sources of Law is the study of various phases of its development that gave it new drive and vigor and enabled it to verify the dynamical wants. Law is not static, since society is constantly evolving, legal guidelines also are changed to keep pace with the necessities of society. There are as many interpretations of the expression ‘Sources of Law’ as there are schools and theories regarding the concept of Law

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Marijuana – Should It Be Legalised In India

Marijuana, also known as ‘Vijaya’, is termed to be one of the five sacred plants existing on earth and yet it is not legal in India. Marijuana is a form of drug which is made from the leaves and flowers of cannabis which produces the feeling of being relaxed when consumed either by smoking or eating. However, why is marijuana not legal in India? And even after that, why do we consume it on the joyous occasions of Holi (bhang) and Maha Shivratri (thandai)?

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All You Need To Know About Defamation

The term ‘Defamation’ can be well understood with a proverb ‘think before you speak’. Any statement made against the other party, which tends to lower his status among the right-minded people can get you two years of jail term! In the case of Nambi Narayan v. Silbi Mathews[1], the Supreme Court held that the reputation of an individual is an insegregable part of his right to live with dignity.

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Media Trials

Though there is no specific definition in any law, ‘trial by media’ may be defined as adjudication by the media, of cases, either before, during, or after the verdict of the court. Media is also called the fourth pillar of democracy and plays a vital role in molding the opinion of the public.

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Mental Health: Indian Scenario And The Impact Of Covid-19

Mental health, a major concern worldwide, affects a person’s thinking, mind and behavior. It includes emotional changes in human beings accompanied with psychological changes like schizophrenia, depression,etc. At every stage of life, mental health is important, be it childhood or adulthood.

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Govt Relaxation to Ease Global IBC Regimes in Times of Pandemic

COVID-19 which erupted from the Wuhan region of China hastily turned into a global health emergency with threatening outcomes in Italy, America and some European countries. The disease which at the first instance seems to be normal has left long-running economies in peril of serious setback. The essay starts by assessment of the menacing effects of this pandemic on various economies including India.

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Doctrine Of Separation Of Power And Its Relevance In The Modern Era

The whole structure of the Constitution is predicated upon the foundation which is formed because of the doctrine of separation of power. This is a system of checks and balances that prevents any organ from becoming supreme or misusing its power. The whole structure of the Constitution is predicated upon the foundation which is formed because of the doctrine of separation of power.

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Need For Codification of Muslim Personal Law

Islam is one of the oldest religions in the world. This religion originally originated from Arabic countries but now it is being followed by the people of most of the countries in the world. Unlike the personal laws of other religions, the Muslim law in India is largely uncodified. This means that there is no law enacted by the legislature of the state to govern the Islamic religion in India.

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ADR and Its Types

Alternative dispute redressal’s goal is enshrined in the Indian Constitution’s preamble itself, which enjoins the state: “to secure to all the citizens of India, justice-social, economic and political-liberty, equality, and fraternity.”[2] ADR was formally introduced in India by the legislature by amending section 89 of the CPC and Order X Rule 1-A to 1-C, following the Law Commission of India and the Malimath Committee’s recommendations.

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Boycott of Chinese Apps

In the wake of going head to head with Chinese powers on the India-China fringe in Ladakh, and a brutal conflict on June 15 that left 20 Indian fighters martyred, the Indian government on June 29, prohibited 59 applications of Chinese origin, referring to information security and national sway concerns. These include popular apps, for example, TikTok, SHAREIt, UC Browser, CamScanner, Helo, Weibo, WeChat, and Club Factory.

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Analysis of the Administration of Rule of Law in the Present World

The concept of “Rule of Law” is derived from the French phrase ‘La Principe de Legality’, literal translation of which is ‘the principle of legality,[1] referring to a form of government based on principles of law and not of men.Rule of law implies that government authority must operate per the written laws, which are held to be supreme, adopted through an established procedure.

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Impact of Capital Market on India

The Indian capital market played a vital role in saving mobilization in the year 1950. During the period of 1960-1980, the importance of the capital market was diminished and during the same time as a proportion of national income, the domestic savings were increased from 13%- 22%. From the capital market amount fund was raised up to 13% of net domestic saving. 

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Plea of ALIBI

The word ‘alibi’ is of Latin origin which means “elsewhere”. It is used by the accused in order to safeguard himself, to show that when the offence took place, he was present elsewhere and that it would be exceptionally unrealistic for him to have been able to reach that specific place where the offence has taken place.

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Regulation of Companies: Raising of Capital Issue of Prospectus

Raising of capital refers to the process of procuring capital funds that are undertaken by companies, governments, etc. Companies may raise capital either by means of a debt instrument or through the issuance of shares. Depending upon the structure of a company, the method of raising capital generally varies. Factors that affect the raising of capital by a corporate include management structure, governance and quality, strategies, and the purpose and funding requirements of the company.

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Sociological School of Jurisprudence

“Values” are core beliefs within society as to what is good and bad, moral and immoral, and acceptable and unacceptable. Similarly, “norms” are action aspects of values that teach us how to behave in a situation and “customs” is a close synonym to the norm, which guides the life of an individual.  These were the founding stones of law. “Laws” were formal “norms” that attracted sanctions by the society.

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Expound the Term “Test Identification Parade’’

In all criminal trials, two things should be identified, i.e. whether the alleged offence was committed and who committed the crime. To identify the accused, the practice of test identification parade (hereinafter, TIP) is undertaken. This test is done by the magistrate in the absence of interference by police. Section 9 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 talks about the Test identification parade.

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Freedom of Press: A Guaranteed Right?

The Constitution of India, under Article 19(1)(a), provides for the right of freedom of speech and expression to every citizen of India. Freedom of speech and expression connotes the citizens’ right to speak and to freely express their views without any unreasonable restrictions. In this article, we will study the freedom of the press which comes under the ambit of freedom of speech and expression.

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Men- The Unheard Victims

The patriarchal theory that men typically dominate women is omnipresent. The idea is not wrong but is not cent per cent true. Indian women and children are protected by the Indian laws against various offences and are also given special rights that they can avail. Conversely, men in India have few rights that they can avail.

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The History of Lynching

Lynching comes under the family of mob violence and is often defined as the killing of someone by a group of people, for an alleged offence, without a legal proceeding. These killings are often preceded by a form of torture. In India, the Protection from Lynching Act, 2017 defines the term lynching as any act or series of acts of violence or aiding, abetting or attempting an act of violence, whether spontaneous or planned, by a mob on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth, language, dietary practices, sexual orientation, political affiliation, ethnicity or any other related grounds. Lynching, as a phenomenon, is relatively new to India.

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Gift: Concept and Kinds

In layman terms, gift refers to a unilateral transfer of ownership, without any consideration. According to the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, ‘gift’ means the transfer of a thing, which can be movable or immovable in nature, to a person, without any consideration. In the transfer of gift, it is essential that the thing which is being transferred should be in existence at the time of making the gift and thus, a future property cannot be transferred or cannot be gifted.

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India And China: The Digital Tussle

The relationship between China and India, also known as Sino- Indian relations, have varied over the passage of time. The two nations have sought after economic corporations with one another, with the border dispute being the highlight. India was the nation who ended the ties with Taiwan and perceived their people as a legitimate government of Mainland China. In 2012 China stated that Sino – Indian ties could be the most important bilateral partnership.

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International Trade – Economic Theories

As per traditional concepts, trade was understood to refer to the exchange of goods. However, in the present era, it relates to lending, movements of goods, transactions linked with the flow of goods, promotion of buying and selling advance, borrowings, discount bills and mercantile documents, banking, and other forms of supply of funds. International Trade is the trade between two or more states, i.e., trade across borders. It may either be between the residents of two different states, or between two different states, or between a state and a resident.

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India and its Lingering Border Disputes

For far too long, India has been in the eye of the storm regarding its several border disputes. In recent times, the nation has excelled to resolve its boundary disputes with Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and trying out all possible ways to resolve the issues. The un-demarcated borders with Myanmar, Bhutan, and lately with China, Pakistan, and Nepal have often outburst into conflicts. Likewise, India is able to restitute its marine boundary dispute with Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

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CONTEMPT OF COURT- THE LATEST WRANGLE

“I do not ask for mercy. I do not appeal to magnanimity. I cheerfully submit to any punishment that the court may impose,” a quote paraphrased from the sayings of Mahatma Gandhi, stated by Advocate Prashant Bhushan. The matter revolves around “Scandalizing the Court” or The Contempt of Court which relates to an offence that shows disrespect to the dignity or authority of the court in a certain way.

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Offensiveness in Obscenity and the Legal Provisions

Depiction of obscene materials and Pornography is considered as the forbidden subject in the social fabric of India. It cannot be denied that obscenity is against decency and Morality. Generally, it can be seen by advertising materials in which the women are used by showing their different body parts. Nudity is exhibited on the internet in the form of videos and pictures.

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Evidentiary value of FIR

FIR stands for First Information Report and is dealt with under Section 154 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (hereinafter, “CrPC”). It simply means any information given by a person (this can be anyone including the victim, third party, etc.) to a police officer on duty regarding the commission of an alleged cognizable offense.

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Extrajudicial Execution: An Analysis

Extrajudicial execution refers to an act of killing that is affected outside the course of regular judicial proceedings; not founded upon, or unconnected with, the action of a court of law. It is considered as the highest form of violation of democracy since the whole idea of democracy is based on the recognition of individual liberty.

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Independence of Judiciary

This system can be called the ‘Horizontal Power-Sharing Model’. It is followed mainly to reduce the possibility of concentration of powers in any one organ, making it powerful. Through this system of division of power, the Constitution has endowed the system with checks and balances where one organ cannot infringe upon the areas others are dealing with.

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Dissolution of Muslim Marriage

Marriage is a holy union of two souls but under the Mohammedan Law, marriage (Nikah) is defined as ‘The Union of Sexes’. Further Prophet Mohammed defines marriage as a civil contract and not a sacrament under the Muslim Law with the intent of procreation and legalizing the childbirth.

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Who can seek maintenance under section 125 of the CrPC?

The term ‘maintenance’, has not been defined anywhere in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. However, chapter IX, sections 125-128 of the code deals with the provisions for maintenance and provides for a speedy and effective remedy against a person who neglects or refuses to maintain their dependent wives, children, and parents.

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Honour Killing In India: A Legal Perspective

Honour is a prime and valuable asset of human beings. It is an intangible property of both men and women. Honour killing is the killing for the sake of honour. Killing someone in the name of honour is not only against the law but also a significant violation of human rights. Honour cannot be sacrificed either for the individual interest or for the collective interest of the society.

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Patent Law In Times Of Pandemic: Ensuring Affordable Access of Drugs To All

This article seeks to understand the various ramifications of patent laws worldwide and its implications in India with respect to drugs and potential vaccines for COVID 19. It also tries to analyse from a legal point of view, the different elective approaches that have been accessible to Gilead and other expected partners to guarantee reasonable access of Remdesivir, and the inspiration towards embracing voluntary licensing models.

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Mechanisms of Amendments of the Indian Constitution

From a young age, Indians are taught to take pride in their country and their Constitution. The Constitution of India sets the tone of the country’s polity, establishes the framework for the functions of different organs, and lays down the nature of the relationship among them. It supersedes any provision made by the Parliament of India that may contrast to the provisions mentioned in the Constitution. 

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Agency – The Indian Contract Act, 1872

Chapter X of the Indian Contract Act does not include all the aspects of the agency, it tries to cover general terms and it does it effectively. The concept of the agent is fairly extensive and compressing it into sections is a tedious job but the Indian lawmakers efficiently stood up to the task. This article focuses on the status of minors in the contract of agency, it also tries to highlight the key aspects of agency and differentiates between the relationship of master-servant and principal-agent. Furthermore, the article discusses express agency, implied agency, and agency by estoppel as well as the article clears the clouds of doubts surrounding the agency of necessity. 

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An Introduction to Cyber Crime

 The Internet, computers, mobile phones, and other systems of technology have transformed all part of human life over quite a few decades, including how we interconnect, banking, shopping, acquire the update, and amuse ourselves. These high-tech progressions have also created numerous prospects for criminals to commit several forms of offences.

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National Education Policy 2020: An Analysis

The National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020) which was approved by the Union Cabinet of India on 29 July 2020 outlines the vision of India’s new education system. The new policy replaces the previous National Policy on Education, 1986. The policy is a comprehensive framework for elementary education to higher education as well as vocational training in both rural and urban India. The policy aims to transform India’s education system by 2040.
The government has taken a very good step.

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Honour Killing: The least recognized form of violence against women’s autonomy

The term ‘honour killing’ has often been misinterpreted as the ritualistic method of murder that is precipitated by the perceived loss of the aggressor’s honour. The victims in this form of crime are generally women and the perpetrators are males. A widespread form of gender violence against the autonomy of women particularly in the area of marriage and sexuality needs to be brought to concern and inquired into.

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Pm Cares Fund: It Is Time to Address The Elephant In The Room

On March 28, 2020, the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi announced the creation of a fund called Prime Minister’s Citizen’s Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations[1] (hereinafter ‘PM CARES’) to fight COVID 19 which has been declared as a pandemic by the WHO. As on May 20, 2020[2], around INR 9,677.9 Crores were received from various sources into the PM CARES.

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The mindset must change- Permanent Commission to Women Officers in Indian Defence Services

A Permanent Commission in Indian Defense Services indicates that a person may serve in the Defence Services until he/she retires, unlike the SSC. The SSC officers are the people who come into action for a brief period of time, usually lasting from 7-14years until they have to retire.

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The Principle of Complete Justice

We live in a world where each and every act is differentiated as the legal or illegal act. Each and every process has a definite time and way to be completed to get it done well. In the way now the judicial system is highly developed. Every layman approaches the courts to solve his problem and get justice through the verdict of courts.

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Migrant Workers And State Responsibility

Because of the extreme situations this year, migrant problems are finally being discussed at national and international platforms. Migrant workers contribute to around 4% of the global population in search of jobs and better facilities and even with a plethora of legislations Internationally and in States, the facilities they receive are worse.

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Intellectual Property and The World of Web

Some years ago, countries of this planet decided to globalise with unprecedented pace but they were unaware of what was about to emerge from the pot of destiny. Globalization required newer ways of connectivity and so the advent of the Internet gave a completely new dimension to the same. In the 1990s world was observing the growth of the internet, it was expanding its scope, also in the same years of the ‘90s, various commercial and non-commercial activities were being facilitated through World Wide Web. Before the involvement of commercial activities on the internet, the internet was free from intellectual property issues. But the development of commercial activities in the internet spectrum not only saw the rise of intellectual property issues on a local stage but these issues became a regular theme of public policies globally.

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Pre-Trial Proceedings under the Code of Criminal Procedure- 1973

Generally, most citizens of the country do not have much knowledge about the Pre-trial proceedings of a criminal case or in a criminal complaint. It is a basic understanding that pre-trial proceedings include all the stages, starting from the time the person gives information as to the commission

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Palghar Mob Lynching and the Corruptive Silence

The article is about how to resist back from the group of monstrous people in our country who are staged ubiquitously in our society with an intention to swallow our country by slaughtering an innocent individual merely based on a presumption of the crime which may be done by a person or because of supposing on the false rumors based on caste, religion, sex, race, political affiliation or other diverse grounds.

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Legal Provisions for The Protection Of Women

India has a huge number of crimes in the past few years, especially against women. Women are not secure anywhere whether it is in their houses, public places or at the workplace, etc. Even, in this era, one of the major concerns is to safeguard and protection of women. Consistently, there is a rise in violence against women. As we live in a democratic country where women were considered a symbol of spirituality in our scriptures but, they are treated unequally.

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The Pre-Requisites of NIKAH ( Muslim Marriage)

India is blessed with several world religions and therefore no single world religious establishment can be the counterpart of the secular edifice. Therefore, instead of keeping religion out of politics, we sensibly give equal respect to each religion. However, the question as to what is religion remains the same.

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Whether Putting “Sindoor” and Wearing “Mangalsutra” is an Integral Part of a Hindu Marriage

Since time immemorial marriage is referred to as the most important institution of human society. In Hinduism marriage is considered a very sacred and pious union. It is considered as an important social institution between two families rather than between two individuals marking the new beginning in the life of both the bride and groom. Ancient scripture like the Vedas has laid down the importance of marriage in a person’s life.

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Legal Analysis of Quarantine Powers during the Coronavirus Pandemic

The oldest method to reduce the rapid spread of bacterial and viral infections is Quarantine. The first law was passed in 1377 by the Great Council regarding medical isolation of the plague struck European countries. Initially, the isolation was for 30 days and was called ‘trentino’ nut when the isolation period was increased to 40 days the term shifted to ‘quarantine’ deriving its origin from the Latin word ‘quadraginta’.

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The Debate: INDIA Vs BHARAT

Should India be renamed as Bharat? The very first article of the constitution says “India i.e. Bharat shall be a union of states and union territories.” India still is called Bharat in many native languages amongst the citizens who are living here. There were many other names associated with this country from times immemorial which has an untold history associated with these names.

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Political Asylum: National Security Compromise or Helping Hand in Need

Human right is the baseline for survival and right to flee away from one’s own country from any kind of persecution, whether religious or political-based. But, the problem to be focused is whether the country where they fly away to accept them and has any sort of obligation to provide them shelter.

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Law On Common Intention: A Glance At Section 34 Of The Indian Penal Code, 1860

Criminal law deals with secondary liability in several ways. When more than one offender is/are engaged in an offence(s), the charge-sheet against them usually carries Section 34 along with other relevant charges. Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (IPC) has always been in controversy considering its frequent use and yet its inadequate interpretation.

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Unconstitutional and Unethical Matrimonial Remedy – Restitution Of Conjugal Rights

Marriage is the most significant and holy association in our society. In general, marriage can be portrayed as a bond/responsibility between a man and a lady. As it is observed the experience of marriage can be fruitful or unsuccessful. And at times in a marriage, one accomplice decides to step out of their relationship, and another accomplice attempt to spare their marriage take recourse to matrimonial remedies.

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Explicit Embargo on The IBC: A Masterstroke Or A Desperate Move?

The current pandemic has brought with itself a whole slew of problems. The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) onslaught has resulted in the entire world economies coming to a standstill. This is an unprecedented scenario. The situation pertinent to India is no different and consequently, the Indian economy is standing no fairer than others. The forecasted growth rate of India is gaining momentum in the downhill direction. The growth rate predicted by the United Nations has been slashed down to a mere 1.2 percentile in the ongoing year crisis

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