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Brief of NLAT Judgment of Supreme Court

Brief of NLAT Judgment of Supreme Court Rakesh Kumar Agarwalla & Anr. v. National Law School Of India University, Bengaluru And Ors. WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) No. 1030 OF 2020 decided on September 21, 2020

[September, 15] Quote of the Day

Rights and responsibilities are a complex system and the framers of our Constitution, aware of the grammar of anarchy; wrote down reasonable restrictions on libertarian exercise of freedoms

Judicial Review seeks to ensure fairness in treatment and not fairness of conclusion:SC

Pravin Kumar v. Union Of India CIVIL APPEAL NO. 6270 OF 2012  Bench: N.V. Ramana, S. Abdul Nazeer, Surya Kant JJ. Facts: The appellant approached the Supreme Court challenging the disciplinary proceedings against him. The appellant was working in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and was entrusted with the work of conducting surprise searches to stop the activities of…

[September 11] Quote of the Day

[B]revity should be adhered to while drafting pleadings. Of course brevity should not be at the cost of setting out necessary facts, but it does not mean niggling in the pleadings.

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The constitutional courts are the sentinels of justice and have been vested with extraordinary powers of judicial review to ensure that the rights of citizens are duly protected

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Legal Cases are not always won by laws, but sometimes they are won by lawyers

Know All About Injunctions

Having confusion between perpetual and mandatory injunction? Do you know about Ashok Kumar Injunction? Read the blog to know about these.

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Every generation looks up to the next generation with the hope that they shall build up a nation better than the present. Bhartiya Seva Samaj Trust v Yogeshbhai Ambalal Patel

What is Property?

What is property? The term ‘property’ is not properly and vividly defined in any book of Property Law. The author in this article would discuss the definition of the term ‘property’ and would try justify the definition. “The term ‘Property’ as in law of property means rights or interest over a thing (1), tangible or…

Section 195 of CrPC is an exception to Section 190 thereof and acts as an absolute bar, the procedure mentioned in Section 340 CrPC to be mandatorily followed: SC

Section 195 of CrPC is an exception to Section 190 thereof and acts as an absolute bar, the procedure mentioned in Section 340 CrPC to be mandatorily followed: SC M/s Bandekar Brothers Pvt. Ltd. & Anr. v. Prasad Vassudev Keni, etc. CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.S 546-550 OF 2017. Decided on 2.09.2020.

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The relation between a lawyer and his client is highly fiduciary in its nature and of a very delicate, exacting, and confidential character requiring a high degree of fidelity and good faith

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“An independent and efficient judicial system is one of the basic structures of our Constitution.”

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“Only when the criticism of judicial institutions transgresses all limits of decency and fairness or there is total lack of objectivity or there is deliberate attempt to denigrate the institution then the Court would use this(contempt) power.”