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The Hindu Woman’s Right in Coparacenary Property: A Critical Analysis with Reference to the Recent Vineeta Sharma v. Rakesh Sharma Judgment

Indian women’s fight for an equal right in property has been a protracted one, spanning over thousands of years. In a country where women are worshipped as goddesses such as Durga, Laxmi, and Saraswat....

Author: Mr. Manish Kumar   |  Subject: Family Law | Date: 19 Mar 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Iridium India Telecom Limited v. Motorola Incorporation

Legal Personhood is determined on the basis of capacity to possess legal rights and to perform corresponding legal duties. Jurisprudence classifies legal personality to be either Natural or Artificial....

Author: R. Muthu Srinithi   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership | Date: 04 Mar 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Decoding the Contours of Arnab Ranjan Goswami v. Union of India & Ors.

Freedom of press not only makes democracy functional but is quintessential for an informed citizenry. When journalists are harassed by political entities through state machinery, not only is constitut....

Author: Adit Pancholi & Pruthvirajsinh Zala   |  Subject: Media and Telecommunication | Date: 11 Feb 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Case Comment on the Supreme Court Judgement of M Siddiq (D) Thr Lrs v. Mahant Suresh Das & Ors

Ayodhya was named Saketa in Buddha's time (600 BC) and it was among the 6 principal cities of Northern India. Either Kumaragupta or Skandagupta made the city their capital in the Gupta age. Later it w....

Author: Suvanwesh Das   |  Subject: Miscellaneous | Date: 08 Feb 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Sondur Gopal v. Sondur Rajini : Case Analysis

The Husband (Appellant) and the Wife (Respondent) got married in the year 1989 and left for Sweden. They were granted Sweden citizenship in the year 1997. In the same year, they moved to Mumbai and in....

Author: Mishika Bedi   |  Subject: Family Law | Date: 03 Feb 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Case Analysis: Satya Charan Dutta v. Urmilla Sundari Dassi and Ors.

Ratnamala Dassi, who was governed by the Bengal School of Hindu Law, died intestate in January, 1964. She was issueless and had no lineal descendent. Her husband Monmotha Nath Dutt had predeceased and....

Author: Astha Tripathi   |  Subject: Family Law | Date: 03 Feb 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Arjun Panditrao Khotkar v. Kailash Kushanrao Gorantyal and Others – Case Analysis

Concerning Sections 65A and 65B of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (‘the Act’), the law was demystified in the case of Anwar P.V v. P.K. Basheer and others1 (‘Anwar’). Although Anwar’s judgment was deli....

Author: Tupakula Nikhil   |  Subject: Criminal | Date: 25 Jan 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Government of India V. Vedanta Limited and Others: A Case Comment

Hitherto, there were several conflicting decisions delivered by the High Courts in India regarding the limitation period for enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. The Bombay High Court, in one of th....

Author: Tupakula Nikhil and U.K.Sankar   |  Subject: Arbitration | Date: 13 Jan 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Critical Analysis on the Tortious Liability in the O.J. Simpson Murder case

The infamous part of the famous ‘trial of the century’ The People of State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson, was the civil lawsuit filed for the wrongful death of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. ....

Author: Zeel Gondaliya & Gavin Sheldon Pais   |  Subject: Criminal | Date: 23 Dec 2020 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Case analysis on Harshad Chiman Lal Modi v. DLF Universal Ltd.

The appellant (Harshad Chiman) entered into a “plot buyer agreement” with respondent (DLF) for purchase of a residential plot that was situated in Gurgaon, Haryana. II. The agreement was entered bet....

Author: Shelal Lodhi Rajput   |  Subject: Contract | Date: 25 Nov 2020 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)
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