Universal Civil Code One nation , One law How UCC will be impacting India 2024

Abstract: Universal Civil Code How UCC will be impacting India Universal Civil Code : India is a diverse nation and to maintain its integrity we must need uniform laws to govern every individual without discriminating against them on the basis of their caste, race, and religion. In India all the religions are equal be it...

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VISHAKA & ORS. V STATE OF RAJASTHAN & ORS   

Vishaka & Ors. V/S State of Rajasthan [1] is a case that deals with the evil of sexual harassment in the workplace. It is a landmark judgment case by the Supreme Court of India in the case of sexual harassment. Facts of the case In Vishaka &Ors v State of Rajasthan & ors : Bhanwari...

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Cyber Crime in India and Abroad

Introduction: The Internet has revolutionized not only the actual physical, social, educational, political, and real life is affected but the artifact has uprooted the established legal norms. Surpassing all the territorial borders, the digital world brings with it an array of criminal possibilities. Cyber Space opens the floodgates of possibilities of cybercrime is an evil...

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Marriage and Law of Contract

Restraint of marriage under Law of ContractsIntroduction Marriage and Law of ContractThe right to marriage goes under the domain of Article 21, which is viewed as the essence of the Indian Constitution qua it ensures the right to life and individual freedom to ‘residents’ as well as ‘non-residents’ of India. In regards to this Article,...

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ARBITRATION AND FAMILY DISUTE 2023

Background ARBITRATION ,India is a secular state where large population practices different religions. The Indian legal system covers the year has also developed in lines with the different religions being practices in India. The importance of alternative dispute resolution methods especially mediation and consideration in resolving family law disputes. Alternative dispute resolution refers to a...

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THE LAW OF TORTS GENERAL DEFENCES

INTRODUCTION TO LAW OF TORTS The Law of Torts The defendant would be held accountable for the samewhenever a case was brought against them for committing a tortand all the necessary components of that wrong were present.Even under these situations, the defendant can escape liability bypledging one of the several defense’s under tort law. Somedefense’s...

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10 Things You Need to Know about Business Law and UNCITRAL

LITERATURE REVIEW OF UNCITRAL AND BUSINESS LAW This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the Permanent Court of Arbitration(“PCA”) Optional Rules for Arbitration of Disputes Relating to Outer Space Activities (the“Rules”). With no publicly reported cases, the Rules are yet to gain popularity amongpotential users. A recent post, by Rosenberg and Dadwal, highlights the conundrum statingthat “[t]he PCA...

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3 Must Know about Divorce in India

MARRIAGES ARE MADE IN HEAVEN, AND SO IS DIVORCE! A man and a woman’s bond or commitment is what we mean when we talk about marriage. Additionally, this bond isstrongly associated with harmony, love, tolerance, and support. In addition, starting a family signifies a new phase ofsocial advancement. Additionally, it is believed to be our...

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3 Instantly Adultery In Army is Still a crime

What is adultery? The following are the elements of Adultery : Why is adultery no longer a criminal offense? The Supreme Court’s decision to decriminalize adultery has had a significant impact on the armed forces The decision did, however, put the armed forces in a challenging predicament. The armed forces became unstable as a result...

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3 Amazing things about Central Administrative Tribunals

Introduction to Central Administrative Tribunals Administrative tribunals, as legal entities, exercise the law’s jurisdiction, powers, and authority in accordance with the legal procedures. These tribunals adjudicate or try disputes, complaints, or offenses using adversarial processes. Administrative tribunals are known for how quickly and efficiently they settle cases. This is because their procedures are informal and...

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