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Summary of Amendments to the Bangladesh Constitution
Administrative Law
Introduction: The Constitution of Bangladesh is the highest ruling of Bangladesh. This paper explains all the amendments of the constitution with their timely significance.... Last modified: 24th Sep 2021

Borrowing Powers of a Company
Business Law
Introduction: Every trading company has an implied power to borrow, as borrowing is implied in the object for which it is incorporated. A non-trading company has no implied power to borrow.... Last modified: 24th Sep 2021

Concept of Rule of Law
Constitutional Law
Introduction: The concept of Rule of law is of old origin and is an ancient ideal. It was discussed by ancient Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle.... Last modified: 23rd Sep 2021

History of the Indian Contract Act 1872
Contract Law
Introduction: The Indian Contract Act brings within its ambit the contractual rights that have been granted to the citizens of India. It endows rights, duties ...... Last modified: 23rd Sep 2021

Development of Equity Law in India
Equity Law
Introduction: The scope of this paper is trace the history and development of equity and also its current relevance primarily for Indian legal system.... Last modified: 22nd Sep 2021

Court Jurisdictions and Suits of a Civil Nature
Commercial Law
Introduction: Civil Court Jurisdiction does not extend to all matters. However it has “inherent” jurisdiction to try all suits of a civil nature in the absence of any exclusion of the same.... Last modified: 22nd Sep 2021

Best Judgment Assessment
Finance Law
Introduction: Assessment means appraisal, evaluation, estimation, measurement, judgment etc. In the context of income tax law it means the evaluation, estimation, or measurement of income.... Last modified: 22nd Sep 2021

Proportionality as a Ground of Judicial Review
Constitutional Law
Introduction: Proportionality is one of the most important grounds for judicial review. It has been a ground for many years and has evolved from the concept of unreasonableness.... Last modified: 22nd Sep 2021

Role of Promoters in Company Establishment
Business Law
Introduction: When an individual has an idea for a new business venture, they may set about interesting others in the venture to contribute capital. That person is described as a promoter.... Last modified: 21st Sep 2021

Pre-Incorporation Contracts and Promoter Liability
Contract Law
Introduction: The promoter can enter into agreements in the benefit of ‘association of persons’ or prospective company; these agreements are known as pre-incorporation contracts.... Last modified: 21st Sep 2021

Bommai v Union of India
Constitutional Law
Introduction: The case of S.R.Bommai vs Union of India1 is a very landmark case in the purview of the Indian Constitutional history relating to the proclamation of emergency under Article 356 of the Constitution.... Last modified: 15th Sep 2021

Freedom of Speech and Expression in Indian Law
Constitutional Law
Introduction: The people of India declared in the Preamble of the Constitution, which they gave unto themselves their resolve to secure to all the citizens liberty of thought and expression. This resolve is reflected in Article 19(1) (a) which is one of the Articles found in Part III of the Constitution, which enumerates the Fundamental Rights.... Last modified: 1st Sep 2021

Can Generic Trademarks be Protected in Indian Law?
Copyright Law
Introduction: The purpose of this Note is to analyse the law relating to the trademarks, which are composed exclusively of generic terms or are descriptive of the nature of the goods or services and are in no way distinctive of the manufacturer or the service provider,... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

The Need for Section 3(D) of the Indian Patents Act
Commercial Law
Introduction: The Indian Patents Act, 1970 which was based on the recommendations of the Ayyangar Committee, was enacted by the Indian government to put in place a patent regime that would encourage development of domestic pharmaceutical industry and make life saving drugs affordable for common people.... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

Copyright Protection in Indian Law
Commercial Law
Introduction: Copyright protection is given for a work having originality, i.e. it should be from the author and must have minimum degree of creativity. So it is the author who is the real creator of the work thereby first owner of the copyright and Indian law recognizes author as the first owner of the copyright.... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

General Presumption in 10 Indian Rape Cases
Criminal Law
Introduction: The following are the 10 important cases relating to General Presumption under section 114A of The Indian Evidence act, 1872... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

Mistake is Mainly Error in Consent
Contract Law
Introduction: Mistake in legal sense bears a more restricted meaning than in popular parlance. Mistake, which vitiates a contract, is sometimes referred to as “operative mistake”. At common law mistake of expression, want of mutuality and failure of expression would seem to stand apart from the law of mistake.... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

Grievances under the Industrial Disputes Act
Employment Law
Introduction: Usually grievances are indicative of problems stemming from interpretation of perceived non-fulfillment of an employees expectation from the organization. This understanding of the ambit of a grievance is also in accordance with the definition set out in the ILO Examination of Grievances recommendations which states.... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

Res Judicata and Code of Civil Procedure
Constitutional Law
Introduction: This paper seeks to analyze theory of the doctrine and its application in the form of case laws. Chapter One deals with res judicata in general, seeking to provide the reader with a background of the doctrine in general. Chapter Two deals with the essentials for application of res judicata.... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

Criminal or Civil Standard of Proof
Criminal Law
Introduction: The standard of proof, in essence, can be loosely defined as the quantum of evidence that must be presented before a Court before a fact can be said to exist or not exist. As the type of cases before a Court can be classified into criminal or civil, so can the standard of proof... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

Jurisprudence - The Doctrine of Prospective Overruling
Administrative Law
Introduction: Doctrine of Prospective Overruling originated in the American Judicial System. The literal meaning of the term ‘overruling’ is to overturn or set aside a precedent by expressly deciding that it should no longer be controlling law.... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021

The Doctrine of Res Gestae
Common Law
Introduction: The aim of this paper is to investigate the manner in which the res gestae doctrine has been characterised under Common Law, and to trace its development as an exception to the exclusionary hearsay rule.... Last modified: 31st Aug 2021