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Enforcement of Foreign Decrees / Judgement in India

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This Article aims to study in detail the enforceability of foreign Judgements/decrees passed by a foreign court and the scope of Sec. 13 of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908. With the advent of globalization and with India poised as a major international and global player in the world economy, it is apposite to consider the […]

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Private International Law

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CUSTODY OF CHILDREN/VISITATION RIGHTS, ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN DECREE THROUGH WRIT JURISDICTION   Jurisdictional issues and applicability of the correct domestic law and conflict of legal remedies in Indian courts viz-a-viz foreign courts have assumed great PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW importance in the recent past in view of the world becoming a global village.  The realm of Private […]

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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 […]

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