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The happy times are here !!! No I am not talking about the boring court vacations which the litigation lawyers are so upbeat about but I am talking about the Mumbai monsoons !! those living outside Mumbai reading this blog probably...
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Article 39A of the Indian Constitution states that “The State shall secure that the operation of the legal system promotes justice, on a basis of equal opportunity, and shall, in particular, provide free legal aid, by suitable legislation or schemes or in...
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In the midst of the Inflation, debates and discussion over Commonwealth Games- corruption, the 2G spectrum Scam, the Adarsh Society Scam, Karnataka Land Scam, if we reverse the video-cassette of our lives we will be reminded of the burning Kashmir, a...
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The Problem of Statehood of Special Entities and their Capacity to Conclude Treaties under VCLT Okay, first, why two titles? Why not just the second title? After all, it coveys the issue to be dealt in this piece in lesser words...
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Recent Law School debate has been witnessed by most of us, and many of us find it very entertaining. Even, I was also a part of some of these fights which I do not deny. But, sometimes I feel these fights...
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Since the drafting of Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparation) Bill, 2011, it has come under the light of dispute along with its opposition from various political parties and legal scholars. Recently, it was termed by...
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Alright. So here goes my after-a-long-timel blog on International Law. This analysis consists mainly of my swarming thoughts when I was reading these theories (which I noted down on the side margin of my book). Though I may be seen more...
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“Lease” is a word which everyone is aware of, and hears it day in and day out while dealing the transactions related to immovable property. Lease can be defined as the right to enjoy an immovable property for a certain period...
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(The Private Law School Brat is an exaggerated version of life in Private Law School. All characters and locations are fictional. Really.) Legally India is the best forum for private law school bashing. And why not? Popular perception tells me, if...
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okay to begin with world war 3 never happened but well the world war i am talking about surely took place in a conference room about 12000 km away from india in boston park plaza hotel , boston, U.S.A. well when...
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By- Sagnik Chatterjee   The term ‘agent’ is often inappropriately used when the legal relationship entered into by parties is not that of ‘agency’ but that of distributorship and franchise arrangements. In legal terminology a difference exists as to the role...
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So you gave CLAT and got through to Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar. Congratulations! I am sure you'll have a hundred questions about the University. You might even be considering whether to choose GNLU over some other University. Well, I hope...
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Why shall I call myself Holmes?Do I consider myself a keen observer, frowzy and brainy with all those Bohemian habits, am I able to trace the cigarette company from the cigarette ash or can I infer things even from a tiny...
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LEGALLY INDIA DISCLAIMER: THIS POST WAS A WORK OF FICTION BY A LEGALLY INDIA READER, WHICH WAS LIKELY TO FUNDAMENTALLY OFFEND A LARGE SECTION OF OUR AUDIENCE. AFTER THOROUGH DELIBERATION, WHICH WE DID NOT TREAT LIGHTLY, AND WITH THE CONSENT OF...
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First, Seth Godin's post "What you can learn from a lousy teacher"."If you have a teacher (of any sort) that you cannot please, that you cannot learn from, that is unwilling to take you where you need to go because he...
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Article 14 of the Indian Constitution states that “the State shall not deny to any person equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India.” It is quite evident from that this provision keeps...
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My previous post and a few other articles on LegallyIndia made me think on two questions. But before reading this post further, please go through the two short posts by Seth Godin and then the Bar and Bench article on law school...
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Hi, I know you are confused and tensed and that your parents are confused and tensed too. Don’t worry; the master ranks’ issue will be settled in some time. I am here to distribute some free advice. Two things: If you...
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According to Black’s Law Dictionary, term dowry can be defined as the property which a woman brings to her husband in marriage, or the effects which the wife brings to the husband to support the expenses of marriage. Webster dictionary defines “Dowry” as the...
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THUD!!! What happened my cell phone is on floor oh shit why is it happening with me while picking my NOKIA (Read nokla)and assembling it and in meanwhile shit. i spilled water all over the floor.damn. how can i manage to...
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