TORT OF PASSING-OFF

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 CHAPTER 1 THE CONCEPT OF PASSING OFF Passing off is a wrong, a common law tort which protects the goodwill of a trader from misrepresentation. Misleading the public into believing falsely, that the brand being projected was the same as a well known brand is a wrong and is known as the tort of “passing… Read more »

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN INDIA

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In India where almost half of the population are women, they have always been ill-treated and deprived of their right to life and personal liberty as provided under the constitution of India. Women are always considered as a physically and emotionally weaker than the males, whereas at present women have proved themselves in almost every… Read more »

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DOCTRINE OF LEGAL PRECEDENTS

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ADITI GHOSH  INTRODUCTION: Judicial methods are the techniques adopted by the judges in deciding cases. Judicial method plays an important role in the development of law, irrespective of the fact whether a community lives in rural simplicity or modern complexity, or whether it follows case laws to decide cases or codified laws. In this paper… Read more »

WILL under Indian Law

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Will is the legal declaration of a person’s intention which he wishes to be performed after his death and once the Will is made by the testator it can only be revoke during his lifetime. A person cannot give his ancestors property in the form of a Will but he can make a Will only… Read more »

Pre-emptive rights of shareholders of Private Company

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Pre-emptive rights of shareholders of Private Company: Enforceable to what extent Transferability of shares is the primary feature of the incorporation of a company. Section 3 (iii) and (iv) of Companies Act 1956 deals with the definition of private and public company which determines the freedom and restriction to transfer shares as exercised by the… Read more »

SILENT SLAVES:THE DOMESTIC WORKERS

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Sakshi Vijay Niharika Bapna ABSTRACT Domestic workers are a part of every Indian household, yet they remain unnoticed even in the eyes of law. They are ill treated and exploited within the four walls. Laws are made but are hardly communicated and rarely implemented. Its unbelievable that the Indian society is taking the services of… Read more »

Reverse Mortagage

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A ‘Mortgage’ means transfer of an interest in a specific immovable property for the purpose of securing the payment of money advanced as a loan, an existed or future debt. The transferor is called a ‘Mortgagor’ and transferee a ‘Mortgagee’ and an instrument by which transfer is made called ‘MORTGAGE DEED’ which actually depends upon… Read more »

E-BANKING SYSTEM IN THE BANKING SECTOR

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1. Introduction: The process of globalization and liberalization has virtually transformed the way of business across the globe. The technological innovation of improvements in the communication networking helped the banking sector activities through re-engineer its works. E-Banking is considered as an important input for rapid growth of economic development by providing mechanism of electronic inputs… Read more »