A Partnership Deed, its Usage and its Execution

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To avoid unnecessary misunderstanding, harassment and unpleasantness among the partners in the event of any dispute a  partnership deed is formed in the form of a written legal document . For mutual benefit, the registration of Deed of Partnership is made under the Indian Registration Act, 1908.  A partnership deed is made to avoid apprehension of the Deed of partnership in the… Read more »

Fear Of The Mighty – Fearlesness Of The Judiciary

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M.L.Joseph, Managing partner, Chennai Law Associates Rights, Remedies and Consequences On 27.07.2014 the Special Trial Judge, John Michael D’Cunha passed an order of conviction after hearing the arguments of the prosecution and defence against the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Selvi Jayalalitha and 3 others in the Rs.66.65 Crores disproportionate assets case. After coming… Read more »

Critical Analysis of Sexual Harassment under IPC

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Critical Analysis of Sexual Harassment under IPC INTRODUCTION The terms sexual harassment has been defined as – an unwelcome sexually determined behavior (whether directly or by implication) as: a)      Physical contact and advances; b)       A demand or request for sexual favours; c)       Sexually coloured remarks; d)     Showing pornography; e)      Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or… Read more »

What are the popular business entities in India?

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If you are thinking for starting a business in India then first you have to choose that which legal entity is best for your business needs and goal. Now a days these are the most popular Business entities: 1.) Sole Proprietorship 2.) Partnership 3.) Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) 4.) One Person Company (OPC) 5.) Private Limited… Read more »

How to form companies under section 25 in India?

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Conferring of corporate personality to associations that promote cultural and charitable objects, but exempting them from the operation of some cumbersome requirements (which are essential only for regulation of business bodies but are difficult for compliance by non-profit companies), are the noteworthy features that are provided under the Companies Act, 1956. According to section 25(1),… Read more »

How to form a Society in India?

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Societies Registration Act, 1860 is a central act for registering not-for-profit organizations.  Almost all the states in India have adopted (with modifications, if any) the central Act for creating state level authorities for registering and supervising various types of not-for-profit entities. According to the act, any seven persons who subscribe to a Memorandum of Association… Read more »

Only we can decide Aruna’s future, hospital tells apex court

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Even as the Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its verdict on a petition seeking mercy killing for Aruna Ramachandra Shanbaug, a nurse of the King Edwards Memorial Hospital in Mumbai who is in coma for the past 38 years after she was raped by a staff sweeper, the hospital asked the court to reject the… Read more »

Awareness needed for Delhi’s women: Dikshit

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Delhi’s women need to be made aware about their rights and the importance of their empowerment, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said here Saturday. “We need to make women aware about their powers, only then will they feel empowered. Awareness is more important than legal empowerment,” Dikshit said as she flagged off the ‘bell bajao’ campaign… Read more »

Kalmadi’s aide, businessman sent to judicial custody

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A Delhi court on Saturday sent former Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi’s aide Shekhar Deorukhkar and businessman Binu Nanu to judicial custody in Tihar Jail till March 05 in connection with irregularities in contracts for the 2010 Commonwealth Games (CWG). Special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) judge OP Saini sent Deorukhkar and Nanu… Read more »

Delhi government rapped for interfering in power tariff

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The Delhi High Court Friday pulled up the Delhi government for trying to interefere with the fixing of tariff rates for 2010-11 by the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC). The division bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Manmohan sharply criticised the government, saying: ‘Delhi government cannot pass any direction, asking DERC to hold… Read more »