Monthly Archives: April 2020

Financial Emergency and its Impact

Economic and social activities have come to a halt in the entire world including India due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to this, the financial catastrophe is getting worse day by day that is why Members of Parliament including; the President, the Vice-President, and the Governors of states have donated 30% of their remuneration for

No Special Treatment for Lawyers During Lockdown

Today, the supreme court refused to entertain the petition filed by advocate Sachin Sharma regarding seeking a direction to the Government to formulate an appropriate scheme to support advocates from paying their rent, exclusively for the professional premises during the lockdown and observed that special treatment cannot be given to the advocates. After the Court

Time Limit to File Written Statement

Introduction: Concept of Written Statement The word ‘written statement’ has not been defined in the Civil Procedure Code, 1908. According to Order VIII Rule 1 of Civil Procedure Code, 1908 the defendant shall, within thirty days from the date of service of summons on him, present a written statement of his defence. Provided that where the

Full Refund of Flight Tickets Cancelled During Lockdown

Today, the Supreme Court issued a notice in a plea seeking appropriate directions against airlines to refund of flight tickets, which was canceled due to the nationwide lockdown. The petition filed by advocate Jose Abraham with NGO Pravasi Legal Cell submitted that the amount of the flights should be refunded which were booked during the lockdown

Religious Symbols as Trademark

Introduction India being a pluralistic country, there are multiple religions, and everyone has faith in their religion. And the religious sign is an important part of religious culture. The Constitution of India also states that India is a secular country i.e the country does not have one specific religion of its own and its citizens

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