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  “Plead Guilty and bargain Lesser Sentence” is the shortest possible meaning of Plea Bargaining. “Plea bargaining” falls into two distinct categories; first category is “charge bargaining” which refers to a promise by the prosecutor to reduce or dismiss some of...
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The incidents of war happened in the real world is mirrored in cyber space, given the recent incidents of hacking of government websites by state or non state group of hackers for political, military, espionage purposes. As the world becomes increasingly...
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This blog is off-shoot of a BIFR Order dated 30.09.2010 in the case of India Foils Limited. The BIFR sanctioned and approved the merger of M/s India Foils Limited (IFL Transferor Company) with M/s Ess Dee Aluminium Limited (EDAL Transferee Company)....
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If you are a final year student reading this, you shall be indebted to me for writing this post. If you are a recruiter reading this, well…This is why I haven’t revealed my real, unemployed name on my blog. Final year...
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Hon'ble benches of the 'Supreme Court of India' took Judicial Notices of the unethical practices adopted by some of the 'Advocates on Record' , the Hon'ble benches of the Supreme Court shown its displeasure many times about the said prevalent...
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The Legally India poll on what the Bar Council of India (BCI) should do next about the bar exam attracted more than 500 (genuine) voters, with 69 per cent of self-proclaimed grads wanting the exam cancelled in 2010. A total...
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---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sandeep Jalan Date: Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 12:59 PMSubject: Judgment of British nature.To: Judgment of British nature Date: 19th November 2010.   To, Hon'ble The Chief Justice of India and other Hon'ble Judges of...
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What is your first reaction when you come across a Eunuch or transgender or in Indian context ‘kinnar’, ‘hingra’, or a ‘chakka’?, One runs away from them or at most gives them a handsome amount of money to get rid...
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This blog specifically deals with property Agreements that are ordinarily executed between Developers, the Landlord, the Tenant and the members of the Co-operative Housing Societies.  This blog originated when one of my dear friend Kamal Ladia approached me for studying the Re-development...
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Can anyone please advise on sec 138, if a PDC cheque is bounced on account of EMI, signed by a director of a pvt limited company, the loan was a commercial loan by the bank, wherein due to business loss the company...
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This is on the recent order of the Delhi Government ordering closure of shops, establishments and cinema halls in the national capital on Oct 3rd & 14th on the sidelines of the Common Wealth Games - More of a security measure,...
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I'm always surprised as to why non-judicial minds are given authority to decide litigations. I'm practicing at District Kathua (J&K) since last more than nine years. According to the J&K laws, the revenue appeals are heard by the revenue officers, who...
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This blog originated in the felt need to ponder where it is found that Indian Public authorities are fascinated to interprete laws to their convenience and logic and issue notices as they deem fit, completely devoid of spirit of the enacted...
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Like a man write his WILL and wish that after his death his properties shall be given to these people, it appears to me that the mandate of Constitution represents the WILL of our freedom fighters to which we the contemporary...
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<!-- @page { size: 21cm 29.7cm; margin: 2cm } P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm } --> A Less interesting Case took nearly two hours of Bombay High Court (dated 24.09.2010) and the Division Bench at Court No.2 presided by Smt.Justice Ranjana Desai...
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This blog is originated in the felt need to educate myself as what transactions constitutes “Commercial purposes” within the meaning of Consumer Protection (CP)Act of 1986. Section 2(1)(d) of CP Act 1986 stipulates who is a consumer within the meaning of...
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[Aside from the jokes begging to be made about the lead singer of U2, I would like to state for the record that this is a very serious post.]   Before the QLTS scheme came into effect this month, qualifying in...
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As I sit in my ergonomically designed chair and look out of my office window (a favourite pastime), my mind wanders to the dangers of being a lawyer in today’s day and age.  While lawyers of the past have faced angry...
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Akshima Sarathi, a 4th year student of NALSAR, Hyderabad has won the cash prize of rupees 3 lacs for the 'most legally reasoned' student award.OK Stop! This was false news (with balls?).Anyway, if legal reasoning is your forte and if...
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Are Private Deemed Universities within the purview of Right to Information Act, 2005? Introduction In India there are 130 deemed university, out of which a significant number of them are private.[1] Deemed University status was meant to be conferred to the...
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