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As held in the famous case of N. R. Dongre Vs. Whirlpool Corporation “A man may not sell his own goods under the pretence that they are the goods of another man.” Law aims to protect traders from th
The scope of Section 151 CPC has been explained by the Supreme Court in the case K.K. Velusamy v. N. Palanisamy as follow: (a) Section 151 CPC is not a substantive provision which creates or confers
Copyright law in India This article gives a general description of copyright law in India. The information contained in this article is of a general nature only and is not intended to cover the
1302 days ago 5 comments Categories: Law Scholars Tags: Preamble, Constitution Of India, Democracy, Sovregnity
  The recent developments from honorable Mr. Anna Hazaare jee to Baba Ramdev, has forced me think that where does democracy lies in India? Is really India a democracy or an autocratic system within a
1419 days ago 1 comments Categories: Law Tags: Consumer laws, consumer complaints, consumer act, India
Consumer rights are the rights given to a "consumer" to protect him/her from being cheated by salesman/manufacturer. Consumer protection laws are designed to ensure fair trade competition and the fr
Copyright India The First Copyright law of in India was enacted in 1911, known as the Copyright Act of 1911, framed by the British Raj, which was extensively borrowed from the Copyright Act of Englan
what does search and seizure denote (1) Search: - According to Assainav v. ITO, the word ‘search’ in Section 132, considering the object and scope of the section should not be given a far too techni
1251 days ago 0 comments Categories: Law, Divorce Tags: mutual consent Divorce, India, family law, hindu law
A consent decree per se in matrimonial matter is not collusive. As would be evident from the legislative intent of s. 13B of the Act divorce by mutual consent is no longer foreign to Indian law of div
273 days ago 0 comments Categories: Copyright law Tags: Software Licenses, Copyright law in India
Software Licenses law in India Licenses are far more prevalent in the “intangible” world as compared to the “real” world. Suppose you purchase a motor vehicle. Once you pay the cost of the vehicle t
Can anybody really know what is going inside the heads of criminal lawyers? I mean, yes, we can pick bits of their intelligence during courtroom trials and through the legal documents that they draf
What is meant by 'Arrest" ? As per Ballentine's Law Dictionary 1948 Ed.P.105, arrest means the taking, seizing, or detaining of the person of another, either by touching, or putting hands on him, o
The following cases helped set new precedents for future sexual-harassment cases by revising laws and introducing high-profile public figures.Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky: Perhaps the most famous
1239 days ago 0 comments Categories: Law Tags: Khasi society, matrilineal Descent, shillong, Meghalaya
Tradition and modernity in Khasi society The Khasi society has been, by and large, tradition-bound where social customs had positive attributes of authority as revealed  in the sanctions that guarde
In the light of the latest judgment provided by the SC for commuting the death penalty of former pm Rajiv Gandhi’s assassins to life imprisonment on the ground of excessive wait on govt and Presiden
327 days ago 0 comments Categories: Copyright law Tags: Copyright Lawyer In India
Copyright is identified as the essential part of any company and the guidelines associated with it are required for defending the makers or different types of styles like music, artistry, etc. Gene
507 days ago 0 comments Categories: Copyright law Tags: copyright, registration, law of copyright
Why Copyright registration is important in India From the melody we incline an ear to and the books we peruse, to the computer software and products we use in our diurnal lives, each is a production
Here are a list of things that cannot be Copyrighted in India:1. Ideas, Methods, or Systems Ideas, methods, and systems are not covered by copyright protection, this includes making, or building thin
The word plagiarism is derived from the Latin word plagium, which means to kidnap or abduct. Plagiarism is an act of plagiarizing. Merriam Webster dictionary defines the act of plagiarizing as to co
1. Rights of the accused in Indian Criminal TrialRight to a copy of police report and other documents As per section 207 of CrPC, accused has the right to be furnished with the following in case the
The first commercial Internet domain name (.com) was registered On 15 March 1985, under the name by a computer systems firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts. By 1992 fewer than 15,000 dot.c
1212 days ago 1 comments Categories: Tribal laws Tags: Khasi laws, Tribal laws of India
Khasi mother and non Khasi father This appeal before the High Court for legally determining who is a Khasi under the Representation of people Act against the decision of the District Judge Lower Ass
Conditions for a Hindu marriage. A marriage may be solemnized between any two Hindus, if the following conditions are fulfilled, namely:- (i) neither party has a spouse living at the time of the marr
1340 days ago 0 comments Categories: Cyber law Tags: Online Business, laws, website law, India
Everything You Need To Know When Doing Business Online This section will tell you everything you need to know to do business online and use computers in your business. Your first reaction is prob­ a
186 days ago 0 comments Categories: Woman Issues Tags: Women Protection Laws, India
Women Protection Laws are they really helping Article 15(3) of Indian Constitution permits State to make any special provision in law for women as well as children. This Article 15(3) makes an except
446 days ago 0 comments Categories: child custody Tags: Child Custody, custody dispute, Child law, India
Your fitness as a parent goes to be questioned in any custody dispute. Do not offer your spouse equivalent any facts on that to argue you’re doing one thing harmful to your youngsters. bear in mind th
585 days ago 2 comments Categories: Cyber law Tags: Privacy Law in India, IT Rules of 2011
ITA Reasonable Security Practices and Procedures and Sensitive Personal Data or Information Rules 2011-What Changes are Required The Personal Information Security Rules were notified in April 2011 a
Armed Forces (Jammu and Kashmir) Special Powers Act, 1990 – A Necessity Genesis The last decade of the 20th century was a particularly bloody one for the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Insurgency cam
860 days ago 0 comments Categories: Copyright law Tags: patent, Copyright, India

Scope of Copyright vs Patent

Quite often we hear that suits/writs are dismissed on the grounds of jurisdiction and limitation. Rarely suits are dismissed on the grounds of lack of authority. Most of the times either court Regis
Trademark and Domain name interface The businesses worldwide have started to realize the significant potential of web sites as a primary means of facilitating electronic commerce. Domain names have
An honour killing , also called a customary killing, is the murder of a (typically female) family or clan member by one or more fellow (mostly male) family members, in which the perpetrators (and po
1304 days ago 3 comments Categories: Law Scholars Tags: IPC, 1860, section 299, 300, 304, 304A
Introduction   In simple terms, act means to do any particular thing and omission means not to do any particular thing, either voluntarily or involuntarily. Section 33 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860
1433 days ago 0 comments Categories: Politics Tags: election, India, voters, voting, registration, india
1. Why should you vote? India is the largest democracy in the world. The right to vote and more importantly the exercise of franchise by the eligible citizens is at the heart of every democracy. We,
Human Rights:Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, irrespective of a person's nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other
212 days ago 0 comments Categories: criminal laws Tags: Section 18, Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988
The ingredients of Section 18 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 are: 1) That the CBI may inspect the Accounts of the public servants and any bankers' books in so far as they relate to the ac
219 days ago 0 comments Categories: Divorce Tags: Divorce by mutual consent, India, divorce lawyer
Divorce by mutual consent.-(l) Subject to the provisions of this Act and to the rules made thereunder, a petition for divorce may be presented to the District Court by both the parties together on t
Bollywood makes it mandatory for Scriptwriters to Copyright script first before approaching the production houses Leading production studios have found themselves dragged to court by unknown scriptw
A female Hindu dying intestate (without making a Will) – the property of the said Hindu goes according to the provisions made in Hindu Succession Act, 1956 – as (a) firstly, upon the sons and daugh
312 days ago 0 comments Categories: Succession Act Tags: Will, Hindu male, dying intestate, succession act
A men Hindu passing away intestate (without creating a Will) – the Property of the said Hindu goes according to the conditions created in Hindu Succession Act, 1956 to the following:Son; daughter;
375 days ago 0 comments Categories: Law Tags: Salient features, Lokpal Bill, CBI, Parliament
Following are the salient features of the amended Lokpal bill passed by Parliament: 1. Lokayuktas: The new bill mandates states to set up Lokayuktas within 365 days. States can determine the type. Un
418 days ago 0 comments Categories: Law Tags: Social, Harrashment By Neighbours
BEST OF THE DIWALI WISHES TO ALL .   I settled in a flat in kolkata.Our  building having 4 flats at frontside with garage area and five at backside without garage.At frontside out of four flats only
My topic will ascertain whether: An applicant seek information from court under Right to Information Act, as to why the judge had come to a particular decision?In Khanapuram Gandaiah vs Administrative
478 days ago 0 comments Categories: Surrogacy Law Tags: Drafting a surrogacy contract, India
Writing a surrogacy contract is a complicated piece of Contract, and only experienced Advocate should attempt such a task. Your Advocate needs your input, however, in drafting an Contract that refl
Post 2005 daughter will acquire ownership rights on the property from the time of her conception.  A daughter has right to partition and power to deal with the property as she pleases, , this right
672 days ago 1 comments Categories: Civil Laws Tags: Co-Owner, Legally Competen, Transfer of property
Section 7 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 provides that every person competent to contract i.e. a major and of sound mind or is not disqualified by law for contracting. Therefore even the inte
“I got hurt in a car accident and I have no idea what to do!” That statement is one of the most common things that people say whenever they get involved in a car accident, regardless if they are the
The Oxford dictionary defines police as an official organization whose job is to make people obey the law and to prevent and solve crime.[1] The police is a social institution which is a responsibil
Cyber Terrorism- The Dark Side Of The Web World Definition Of Cyber Terrorism Before we can discuss the possibilities of “cyber terrorism”, we must have some working definitions. The word “cyber ter
817 days ago 0 comments Categories: Law Tags: Bizarre laws, strange laws, impossible laws, India
* In New York, the penalty for jumping off a building is death. * In the province of Nova Scotia, Canada, a person is not supposed to water his lawn, while it's raining. Who would do that, is a tough
851 days ago 0 comments Categories: company law Tags: Disclosure of interest/section 299
Disclosure of Interest by a Director and related Sections Introduction: Directors are appointed by the shareholders of the company and they are trustees of shareholders. As such they are in a fiduciar
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