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An Idea, A start – What are Intellectual Property Rights?

In the day and age of startups and new ideas, it is extremely important to know the worth of a new idea and what can happen if someone were to steal your idea. Knowledge based economy is the key word in the global scenario today. New ideas and inventions are helping shape the global trends … Continue reading An Idea, A start – What are Intellectual Property Rights?

NRI Marriage – Jurisdiction of Foreign Courts

There are a number of cases being reported these days where Non Resident Indians solemnize marriage in India and thereafter go abroad and latter on get their marriages annulled by the foreign courts as per the law of that other country. However in such cases a question often arises as to the validity of such … Continue reading NRI Marriage – Jurisdiction of Foreign Courts

SC WAIVES OFF STATUTORY PERIOD OF 6 MONTHS IN PETITION FOR DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT

Recently, in a case titles Nikhil Kumar versus Rupali Kumari Civil Appeal No. 4490 OF 2016, The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India waived of the statutory period of 6 months in a petition under Section 13-B(1) of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 pending before the Family Court (Principal Judge, Family Court, Tiz Hazari District Courts), … Continue reading SC WAIVES OFF STATUTORY PERIOD OF 6 MONTHS IN PETITION FOR DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT

Guidelines for Adoption of Children from India by NRI’s

Adoption is a legal process by which the parental rights and responsibilities of children who are not being brought up by their biological families, for reasons including being orphaned or abandoned, among others, are transferred to new families. During the process of adoption, all parental rights and responsibilities are transferred to the family adopting the … Continue reading Guidelines for Adoption of Children from India by NRI’s

Role and Purpose of Arbitration

Arbitration is the settlement of differences or disputes by mutual understanding or agreement by the parties where the rights and liabilities of the parties are determined in judicial point of view, which are binding to them. Arbitration as a mode for settlement of disputes between the parties has a tradition in India. Arbitration was acceptable … Continue reading Role and Purpose of Arbitration

Labor Law & Rights in India

For an effective socio-economic development, each country should have some effective legislation to protect the rights of its citizen. Labor laws are the rights provided to improve the conditions of working class and labors. They have given some rights to protect their interest. Each country has passed certain laws to protect these rights for the … Continue reading Labor Law & Rights in India

Modern Challenges Faced By The Legal Profession

Lawyers role is our society is very intense. Advocates was the most admired and confident member in the community. As time passed the role of the lawyers has evolved, the economic down, changes in the society and other various factors have compelled the lawyers to look the practice of law, not as a profession but … Continue reading Modern Challenges Faced By The Legal Profession

Deflating Indian Rupee – A Positive Boon for Property Investors

Recent events have been a real boon in the potholes and a narrow cycle gap. The news has been all over the world media about the historic record lows of the Indian Rupee(INR) against the US dollar and GBP (British Pound). It is an alarming situation for the Indian Government but has been a boon … Continue reading Deflating Indian Rupee – A Positive Boon for Property Investors

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