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IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON CONTRACTUAL PERFORMANCE: A (FORCE) MAJEURE DILEMMA

The World Health Organisation(“WHO”) categorised the new Coronavirus (“COVID-19”) as a pandemic1. It has now become the most widespread among the recent epidemics and pandemics, even worse than the ....

Author: Anvita Sinha & Kanishka Bubna   |  Subject: Contract |  (Articles by Students)

Disruptive Innovation in the Legal Sector: Scope and Challenges

Technological innovation has been changing the way the world operates. Through the past few decades, our reliance on technology has increased manifold. The legal sector has also been adapting to these....

Author: Divija Kothari   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)

Traversing The Contours Of The Non-Obstante Clause

With almost four years since the inception of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code it has been proved to be effective and have helped many entities and stakeholders of those entities. The code has been time....

Author: Jeffy Johnson & Shreya Sharma   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership |  (Articles by Students)

The Liability and Compensatory Regime for Airplane Crashes

The purpose of this article is to study compensatory jurisprudence for the air crash victims under aviation law, especially with reference to recent airplane crashes. The law governing airplane crashe....

Author: Divyansh Nigam   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)

Watching The Watchmen: Sexual Harassment Laws For Fallible Mortals On The Bench

The gender-specific social structure of salaried compensation was peculiarized by sexist division of labour, which was established on the supposition of a male breadwinner and female homemaker. This i....

Author: Kedar Dhargalkar   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Students)

Capital Punishment: Legitimate or Not?

Capital punishment remains a contentious issue of our time, with passionate supporters and detractors, which is as it should be, since justifying the state’s power to take away a citizen’s right to li....

Author: Ankit Rao   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Students)

Analyzing Retrospectivity in Fiscal statutes

The hands of Union and State Legislatures are equipped with the powers to legislate a particular provision in the statute with a retrospective nature of an amendment. In respect of the fields of legi....

Author: Simran Bais and Niyati Nagar   |  Subject: Commercial |  (Articles by Students)

Vineeta Sharma v. Rakesh Sharma: A Step towards Achieving Constitutional Mandate of Gender Parity

The Parliament of India by an amendment in 2005 to The Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act 1956 (hereinafter as “the HSA, 1956”) made the daughters coparcener just as the sons irrespective of their marit....

Author: Shreyash Mittal   |  Subject: Family Law |  (Articles by Students)

The Inter-State Migrant Workmen Act, 1979: Addressing the Issue of Legislation vs. Rationalization of Law

The recent times and the still ongoing lockdown has exposed the vulnerability of the informal sector workers in India1, particularly that of the inter-state migrant workers. From streets to media hous....

Author: Astutya Prakhar and Raj Shekhar   |  Subject: Employment Laws |  (Articles by Students)

Tackling New Age Competition Conundrums – Need Of The Hour

Currently, our global economy is in the midst of a synchronized slowdown, with almost all major economies losing momentum. One of the important causes for the same could be the existence of trade fric....

Author: Keerthi S. Nair   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)
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