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Homecoming of Terror - Review
You must be wondering what a review of an episode of House of Cards is doing on a legal blog like this one. Well, like everyone else, I too am an ‘Underwood nuts’ and would be remiss in my duties as a lawyer if I didn’t give my fellow lawyers who are buried...

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Freedom of Speech and Expression
The below article is written by Nirali Parekh. Also, read A Clipped Bird .   Freedom
of speech and expression is a fundamental right guaranteed to all the citizens
residing within the territory of India [1] .It enables and gives opportunity to all 
the  cit...

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Succession Certificates: Why Everything People Know about Them is Probably Wrong & Why that May be a Good Thing
We all know
what succession certificates are, or at least we think we do. The words ‘succession
certificate’ brings to mind a document in nature of probate or letters of
administration. Therefore, on the death of a member of a co-operative housing society,

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Annihilation of Caste: The Best Solution? (Part - II)
(This is the second part of a two-part article. First part can be found here .) Relevance in
Modern Times Dr. Ambedkar refers to caste as an “anti-social
spirit” i.e.  the “spirit of protecting
its own interests.” Although the Constitution of India itself d...

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Annihilation of Caste: The Best Solution? (Part - I)
(This is the first part of a two-part article. Second part will be coming soon.) “...Turn in
any direction you like, caste is the monster that crosses your path. You cannot
have political reform, you cannot have economic reform, unless you kill this

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Critical Review of the Lokpal and Lokayuktha Bill, 2011
Corruption is a malevolent
practice that has to be dealt with very strictly, but  India is one of the most corrupt nations on
the globe. Corruption has been a part of the society since the beginning. The
fundamental idea of lokpal is borrowed from ombudsman...

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Buy Back of Shares by Private or Unlisted Company
provisions relating to buy-back of securities, under the Companies Act 2013
namely sections 68 to 70, which have been notified, have now repealed the
provisions relating Companies Act, 1956. Points
to be noted: 1.   A company may buy-back
its own shares...

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Scope of Re-examination under Indian Evidence Act
With increasing trend of appointment of Court
commissioners to overlook witness examinations, lawyers are required to be more
vigilant during depositions. Earlier, if any question beyond the scope of
re-examination was put to a witness, the Judge would gene...

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Procedures you need to know: Voluntary Winding Up of LLP
DECLARATION):- A. Making of Declaration Ø   The majority of its designated partners
(being not less than two) must make a declaration in Form No. 2 verified
by an affidavit to the effect that the LLP has no debt or...

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Over 750 Office Space Leases in Mumbai to Expire in 2016
per research conducted by PROPSTACK, a commercial real estate information and
analytics company, the sums involved in the lease renewal, consisting of an average
period of thirty-six months, will be approximately Rupees 50 Crore a month.
Although, 77% of...
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