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Default/ Statutory/ Compulsory Bail: A Primer

The present Article focuses on the aspect of “bail in default”, in terms of the provision of section 167 of Code of Criminal Code, 1973 and is an attempt to encapsulate various aspects related and anc....

Author: Dhruv Gupta   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Professionals)

Legislating Fake News: Drawing Line Between Free Speech and Disinformation

This article discusses the challenges faced by fake news and disinformation disseminated through social media platforms in India, and the need for effective legislation and robust regulatory mechan....

Author: Akhilesh Dubey   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Professionals)

Arbitration Council of India: A Critique

The Arbitration & Conciliation (Amendment) Act 2019 (“Amendment Act 2019”), which made a flurry of positive changes to the existing arbitration jurisprudence and structure in India, has also created....

Author: Abhijeet Sadikale   |  Subject: Arbitration |  (Articles by Professionals)

Beyond Force Majeure - Suspension of Performance during Temporary Impossibility and the Curious Case of the Forgotten Illustration (E) in Section 56

Covid 19 pandemic has shaken global economy and business contracts to their core. From a legal standpoint in India, the pandemic has thrown certain tangling situations where the future steps and legal....

Author: Rahul S. Sahay   |  Subject: Contract |  (Articles by Professionals)

Non- Refoulement of Refugees under International Law

The term “non refoulement” is derived from French word “refouler” which means to send back or repel. Principle of Non refoulement in customary international law which prohibits deportation, expulsion,....

Author: Priyanka Parag Taktawala   |  Subject: International Law |  (Articles by Professionals)

Observations and Critical Examination in Respect of Order Dated 18th May 2020 issued by Maharashtra RERA Authority

To prevent the spread of highly contagious novel coronavirus (COVID-19) that has been declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organization, a complete nation-wide lockdown is called upon by the Gov....

Author: Rahul Kankariya   |  Subject: Property |  (Articles by Professionals)

Child Pornography in India during COVID-19: Are our children safe?

The global impact of COVID-19 has massive implications on children. During the pandemic hour and countries being in lockdown, people including both children and adults are spending more time online an....

Author: Aarushi Jain and Yojit Pareek   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Professionals)

COVID-19 and Continuity of Outsourcing Contracts

The consequence of COVID-19 on commercial contracts has been discussed extensively since its outbreak. The calamitous effect of the virus has crippled global supply chains, sealed site-facilities, sur....

Author: Aparna Devkar & Arijita Kakati   |  Subject: Contract |  (Articles by Professionals)

Article 226 and the Critical Case of Limitation

Article 226, without an iota of doubt, is one of widest Constitutional provisions apart from Articles 32 and 142. As per the language of the provision, the High Courts in India not only have the Power....

Author: Rahul Jajoo   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Professionals)

Is Online Dispute Resolution the Need of the Hour?

While we are all practicing social distancing and following the lockdown orders passed by the Government, it brings me to think the effects that this might have on disputes that might not be "urgent" ....

Author: Shalvi Mehta   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Professionals)
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