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Lok Adalat

 It is People Court India has a long history of determination through the mediation of the village elders. Although the Lok Adalat framework depends on the Gandhi standards. There is a non-conflicting framework, as showed by which the mock Courts (called Lok Adalats) held occasionally by the State Expert, the District Authority, Supreme Court Legal Services Committee, High Court Legal Services Committee, or Taluk Legal Services Committee, periodically for exercising such jurisdiction as they think fit. hence,  These are directed by retired judges, social activists or individuals from the lawful profession. It has no jurisdiction over non-cumulable violations. There is no Court expense and...

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An Overview On Banking system in India:

Introduction In India banking system differs from the banking system of other Asian nations. Because the country has its uniqueness based on geographical, social and economic characteristics. It is a country having a dense population with large land size and a disparate source of income. A distinct culture which can we have seen among its regions. In India, the literacy rate is higher among the percentage of the population but the large population of the country is talented in managerial and technological skill. The urban cities and the metropolitan areas cover the population between 30 to 35 percent. And the rest lives...

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How to Establishing A Cause Of Action In A Civil Suit For Defamation

Introduction Defamation is the publication of a false statement that causes harmed. Whether the statement is published, in the paper, on the Internet, or spoken to another, it has the power to harm you. The person who is filling, a plaint is ‘plaintiff’ and a person, against whom the case is filed for seeking the relief  ‘is called defendant’. Every suit before an Indian civil court has to disclose a ‘cause of action’. It is the set of facts that need to be present before the court so they can recover the damages. The plaintiff in a suit for defamation has to establish the following three elements of the...

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Defamation law and the freedom of speech

INTRODUCTION Even as it provides a remedy to people whose reputations have diminished by defamatory communication. efamation law has to respect the limits placed on law by the fundamental right, freedom of speech and expression. Among the philosophical foundations for restricting the freedom of speech and expression was the ‘harm principle’, which permits restrictions on the freedom of speech to prevent harm to others. One must pay attention on the amount of harm caused by defamatory speech. Article 19 (2) of the Constitution of India, 1950 lists defamation among the several grounds that may justify reasonable restrictions on the fundamental right to freedom...

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Bill Of lading

Bill of lading Definition: - Bill of lading is the legal document, in which the master of the ship gives  a detailed list of a ship’s cargo (carrier or his agent) to the person consigning the goods. Bill of lading is in the form of receipt. It is the most important document in the shipping process. basically in the form of receipt Bill of Lading contains:- The information contains in the Bill of lading is very crucial and confidential like :- 1.    Types of goods 2.    Quantity of goods 3.    Destination on which goods being carried. New Regulation for the Bill of lading:-  After coming into the existence of Goods...

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The main purpose of the establishment of Courts is for settling the disputes between the parties. It is also to let people know about their rights and duties regarding the matter in dispute. So whenever there is a controversy between the parties and they are unable to solve it themselves, one party can approach a Court by suing the other party. Before moving on to the process of an institution of suit let’s take a look at some legal terms. A suit is an action or proceeding other than a criminal prosecution brought in a court of law. Jurisdiction is the official power...

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INTRODUCTION Marriage is one of the sacred bonds between a man and a woman. Marriage is not a relationship between two individuals; rather it is a bond between the families of the two individuals. Since, in the present scenario, people are busier in their professional lives than that of their personal ones. This is one reason giving rise to the issues of divorce. India is one of the secular and democratic countries in the world. Indian Constitution provides its citizens with six basic fundamental rights and other privileges. Every person has a right to live their lives in the way they want. No...

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Introduction The issue of marital rape is one of the taboos of our society. Our Indian Penal Code, 1860 punishes a man who commits rape but is silent on the concept of marital rape. As per patriarchal domination of men in our society women were treated as chattels. Women are treated as goods owned, by the father before the marriage and by the husband after the marriage. Mankind does not punish marital rape, so we should ask this question to ourselves; it is acceptable to discriminate against a woman just because she is married to the man who raped her? Marriage creates...

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INTRODUCTION Someone can do violence not only through actions but also by words. You don’t know how much your words influence someone’s mind. The act of defamation is punishable because people spoke about anything and after that, the reputation of that person is at stake. As a company or any organization needs time to build its goodwill, the same is the case with the reputation of the person. And then suddenly a statement by any third party will affect the character of that person. In simple words, defamation means disgracing the person’s reputation.  TYPES OF DEFAMATION The Indian Penal Code, 1860 describes the...

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Introduction The term intellectual property means the creation of the mind. The intellectual property is intangible property. The trademark is part of the Intellectual Property. Other kinds of intellectual property are copyright, patent, geographical index, design, etc. The protection of the intellectual property is important because it is the creation of one’s own mind. One produces them after a lot of research and a lot of thinking. The law of trademarks is used to protect logos, symbols or color combinations or a combination of these. The law of trademarks is described under the ‘THE TRADE MARKS ACT, 1999’. As per the act, a...

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