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Dilpreet
Dilpreet Singh 20 Jan 2020

Role of Arbitration in contravention of Trademarks
Introduction Arbitration is a mechanism in which a dispute is brought before one or more arbitrators who make a final decision on the dispute, by consensus of the parties. The parties opt for a private dispute resolution method of preferring…

RISHABH
RISHABH SACHDEVA 20 Jan 2020

NATION'S CAPITAL UNDER NATIONAL SECURITY ACT
Delhi's Lieutenant Governor on 13 January passed a three-month order authorizing Commisioner Of Police to place the city under the National Security Act (NSA) for three months between 19 January and 18 April in the wake of protests against the…

Parul
Parul Madaan 20 Jan 2020

Law to detain a woman after sunset and before sunrise
Section 46(4) of the Code of Criminal Procedure was introduced in 2005 (hereinafter referred to as the Code) and the proviso for (1) of the section was inserted in 2009, this clause specifies the procedure for the arrest of a…

Lakshay
Lakshay Parmar 20 Jan 2020

Data Protection laws: Analysis of United Kingdom(EU GDPR) and Indian regime
Data protection is the mechanism by which personal information is shielded from theft, misuse or failure. Data protection is becoming more relevant as the amount of data generated and processed continues to grow at unprecedented rates. A large part of…

Dilpreet
Dilpreet Singh 17 Jan 2020

THE ARMED FORCES TRIBUNAL ACT, 2007
On the 8th August 2009, the President of India inaugurated the Armed Forces Tribunal.The Armed Forces Tribunal Act 2007 was passed by Parliament and led to the formation of AFT with the authority of the Armed Forces Tribunal to adjudicate or prosecute disputes and allegations relating…

Team  SoOLEGAL
Team SoOLEGAL 17 Jan 2020

EVOLUTION OF THE CONCEPT OF CURATIVE PETITION
EVOLUTION OF THE CONCEPT OF CURATIVE PETITIONCurative petition is the last constitutional remedy open to an individual whose review petition has been rejected by Supreme Court. Although the Constitution makes explicit reference to the Supreme Court's review power pursuant to…

Team  SoOLEGAL
Team SoOLEGAL 16 Jan 2020

Adultery abolished: Section-497 of Indian Penal Code struck down by the Supreme Court
A five-judge bench explicitly ruled on 28 September 2018 that Section-497 of Indian Penal Code,1860 is unconstitutional. The Hon’ble Supreme Court has ruled over its earlier judgments. Until now, the Supreme Court in many cases has held that decriminalization of…

Parul
Parul Madaan 16 Jan 2020

Delhi High Court Critics Bare Denials And Decrees A Suit, Considered Suzuki a Well-known Mark
Suzuki Motor v Suzuki (India) LimitedSuzuki Motor (Plaintiff) filed a lawsuit along with an interim appeal seeking injunction against the defendant and other co-defendants for violating their trademark / trade name / corporate name Suzuki. The Defendant and the other…

RISHABH
RISHABH SACHDEVA 16 Jan 2020

PROPRIETOR OF A TRADEMARK CANNOT ENJOY MONOPLOLY OVER ENTIRE CLASS OF GOODS
M/S. Nandhini Deluxe vs M/S. Karnataka Cooperative Milk  9 SSC 183ISSUE:- The dispute is about the use of a mark  ' NANDHINI '  under Section 1, 9 11 and 18 of the Trademark Act,1999.It is important to note that in…

Lakshay
Lakshay Parmar 13 Jan 2020

Essentials of a valid contract under the Indian Contract Act, 1872
Essentials of a valid contractA contract defined under Section-2(h) of The Contract Act, 1872(hereinafter referred to as “the act”) means “any agreement which is enforceable by law”. Contracts can be written by using formal or informal terms, or could be…
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