Tag: Indian Law

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Composition of an Arbitral Tribunal
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND PICTURE Prior to the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (hereinafter called ‘the Act’), the Arbitration ......

Pre-incorporation Contracts and the Promoter
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Introduction In order to get the benefits of a ‘corporate personality’ , it is very necessary for ‘an association of persons’ to become ......

Taxation on Technical Fees and Royalty
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Regarding the taxability of royalty and Technical Fees in India, Section 9(1)(vi) and (vii) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 deal with them. Section ......

Enforcement of Foreign Arbitrary Awards
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: With India’s progressive climb as a major international and global player in the world economy, it is apposite to understand its credibility ......

Land Disputes
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The presumption that the law makes is that between buyer and seller ownership passes when they intend it to pass....

Borrowing as a Commercial Activity
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Borrowing is a very common commercial activity and there are various ways and instruments existing in today’s world to facilitate this activity....

Centre State Relations and Power Separation
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The meaning of the theory of separation of powers is ‘The theory that the functions of the government should be performed by different bodies ......

Common Property Resources in Indian Context
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Common Property Resources are usually non-exclusive resources to which rights of use are distributed among a number of co-owners, generally identified by their membership in a community or a village....

Property Carries With it Certain Basic Rights
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Ownership of the property carries with it certain basic rights, such as a right to have the title to the property, a right to possess and enjoy it to the exclusion of everyone else, and a right......

Criticism Of The Nyaya Panchayat Bill
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Article 39A of the Constitution mandates that the opportunities for securing justice are not denied to any citizen by reason of social, economic ......

Companies and Borrowing Power
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION Every trading company has an implied power to borrow, as borrowing is implied in the object for which it is incorporated ......

Civil Court and Code of Civil Procedure
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The term ‘Civil Court’ has not been defined in the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 or in any other law in force in the country. In Ganguli ......

Law Relating To Pecuniary Bias
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Administrative law is that branch of law which concerns the functioning of the administration and the relation between individuals and ......

Characteristic of all Human Societies
27th Jun 2019
Introduction: Commerce and trade has been a characteristic of all human societies from time immemorial. With the expansion of trade it was necessary to branch out and set up mercantile establishments in places far from the successful parent store....

The Mutual Delegation of Administrative Power
25th Jun 2019
Introduction: The framers of the Constitution of India envisaged a federal system of governance for India. Though, a controversy still persists regarding whether the nation is a ‘federal government’ in the true sense of the term....