Monthly Archives: January 2020

Reply under Consumer Protection Act

A 5-judge Bench of the Supreme Court of India reserves its verdict regarding the question of whether after 45 days the opposite party can file a reply under a Consumer Protection Act. As per Section 13(2) (a) of the Act the reply has to be filed in 30 days and an extended period of 15

Contempt of Court

Introduction: Meaning of Contempt of Court In simple terms, the contempt of Court means disobeying the order of the Court in any form of the behavior that opposes the authority, justice, and dignity of the Court. The Contempt of Court Act, 1971 describes the various provisions related to contempt. The objective of the act states

Right to Vote

Introduction: Right to Vote India is a country where people of a different race, caste, religion, and creed live together. All these are the inalienable features of the Indian Constitution which are mentioned in its Preamble as Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, and Republic. The concept of a right to vote comes under Democracy. The Constitution of

LAW OF DEFAMATION

Introduction Violence is done not only by actions but also by words. You don’t know how much your words do affect someone’s mind. The act of defamation is punishable because people do generally speak about anything and after that, the reputation of that person is at stake. As a company or any organization needs time

CAA against Constitutional Morality

The petition is filed by NGO minority Front contending that the CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act), NPR (National Population Register) and NRC (National Register of Indian Citizen). The petition was filed by Advocate Ejaz Maqbool and drawn by Advocates Akriti Chaubey, Kunwar Aditya Singh, Muhammad Isa M Hakin and Aishwarya Sarkar.   The petition stated that the CAA is violative of Articles

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